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Clover School District votes on bond resolution for the November ballot

The CSD district met up weeks ago to build consensus around the resolution, with some board members expressing interest in constructing a new high school.

CLOVER, S.C. — The Clover School District Board of Trustees held a special meeting Monday to vote on a bond resolution for the November ballot, ultimately giving the green light to a $156 million bond referendum. 

This comes after voters failed to pass last year’s proposed $196 million bond request. 

The district met up weeks ago to build consensus around the resolution, with some board members expressing interest in constructing a new high school.  

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The new proposed high school would have the capacity to hold about 2,100 students and would be built on the parcel of land already owned by the district.

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