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School board hears county growth report
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The western half of the large swath of land shown between I-20 to the south at Ole Still Lane and Green Hill Road to the North will become a 1,700-home subdivision called Coldbranch during the next 15 to 20 years, according to a report on county growth presented to the Kershaw County Board of Trustees on Tuesday. In her report, County Planning Director Carolyn Hammond said Coldbranchs lots are among more than 2,100 being developed, primarily in the West Wateree portion of the county. - photo by Google Maps
With the inclusion of a 15- to 20-year residential project called Coldbranch, Kershaw County could see residential construction on 2,130 new lots during coming years. How the county -- including the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) -- will deal with that growth was the subject of a presentation County Planning & Zoning Department Director Carolyn Hammond made to the Kershaw County Board of Trustees on Monday night. Hammond made the presentation before during Kershaw County Council’s retreat in January.