Anderson School District One voters are reminded to vote today (April 30) to decide if they want to approve a $109 million bond referendum to help fund a proposed building program. The total cost of the project is estimated at approximately $132 million. If approved, the new building program will include construction of two new middle schools, classroom additions for schools that are at or over capacity, critical renovations at schools that need them and improve safety at all fourteen District schools, District One officials say.
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Voters to decide on School District One Bond Referendum April 30