South Carolina district seeks $256 million in bonds

Nov. 1, 2007
Lexington-Richland District 5 says it needs new facilities.

Voters in Lexington-Richland (S.C.) District 5 will decide whether to approve a $256.5 million bond request. The money would enable the district to build a new elementary school, a new middle school and a new high school, which would have a stand-alone vocational and technical training center. The bonds also would pay for renovations at seven existing schools.

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