Voters Approve $10 Million Bond Referendum

Marlboro County Voters Approve a $10 Million Bond Referendum
Posted on 11/07/2018
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Marlboro County voters approved a $10 million bond referendum that will go towards security/safety and renovations/repairs throughout the district.

Top priority will be the addition of security cameras, card readers for access control, and establishing secure entrance areas for all schools. Restrooms will be upgraded across the district.  A major focus will be Bennettsville Intermediate School which is in much need of repair.  Updating athletic facilities will also be addressed.  A proposed schedule of construction/repairs/renovations has been established and although the $10 million will not cover all expenses, there is a plan in place and with the passage of the bond referendum, we can start putting that plan in action.

 "I can't tell you enough how grateful I am that the community is allowing us this opportunity to move forward," said Superintendent Dr. McCord. "We are very pleased with the support the public has shown us, and we plan to do great work."

 For a detailed look at the proposed schedule and items that will be addressed, visit our website and click on the Bond Referendum link on the left side of the page.


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