Here’s a look at the $468 million Richland Two bond referendum project

Published: Mar. 27, 2019 at 12:01 AM EDT
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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Here’s a look at the plans Richland School District Two has for upgrades around the district that taxpayer dollars are being used for.

Back in November, voters in the Richland Two School District approved bond referendums for $468 million.

“On November 6, 2018, voters passed the bond referendum for Richland School District Two. Question One, which asked if the district could borrow up to $381,952,000 for safety and security improvements, transportation needs, improvements to academic spaces and technology upgrades, passed with 31,152 yes votes or 64.9 percent of the total votes,” the district’s website explains. “Question Two, which asked if the district could borrow an additional $86,454,000 for improvements to arts and athletic facilities, passed with 30,900 yes votes or 59.66 percent of the total votes.”

Those upgrades include strengthening security at schools, athletic upgrades and more.

To see more of the project, click here.

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