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Residents provide Phase II feedback
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Kershaw County citizens have helped the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) get an idea of what it needs to present to voters in order to get a Phase II bond referendum passed. Phase II delineates projects remaining following new school construction and renovations funded by a 2006 Kershaw County Board of School Trustees-approved $102 million installment purchase plan, or IPP. KCSD Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan said he has held 25 meetings throughout the county since December hoping to properly engage the community in what will eventually become a bond referendum. While the 2006 IPP allowed the district to complete a variety of major and miscellaneous projects in Phase I, a large number of needs remain for Phase II, Morgan said.