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School board approves $25.5 million bond for new North Central elementary school
Additional $21 million earned from 2016 bond referendum will not be used
Blackmon and Sury
Kershaw County Board of School Trustees member Ron Blackmon (center) makes a comment about a new $25.5 million bond to build a new consolidated elementary school in the North Central area to Kershaw County School District Chief Financial Officer Donnie Wilson (left) as Trustee Mark Sury listens. The board passed a resolution authorizing the new bond issue during its meeting Tuesday night on a 7-1 vote with Trustee Kim DuRant voting against. (Gee Whetsel/C-I)
On a 7-1 vote with Chairman James Smith absent, the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees approved a resolution for the issuance and sale of not more than $25.5 million in general obligation bonds to be used to pay for the construction of a new consolidated elementary school at its Tuesday night meeting. Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Chief Financial Officer Donnie Wilson said issuing the bonds will not require a tax or millage increase and the bonds should be retired in two years.

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