Some residents concerned over $200M bond package up for vote in Clover

CLOVER, S.C. — A York County community is growing so fast it’s running out of room inside its schools.

Residents in Clover will vote this weekend on a bond package amounting to nearly $200 million, which is the largest ever in that area.

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The superintendent told Channel 9 Tuesday that most of the money would pay to build a new high school and elementary school.

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Clover Schools District Superintendent Sheila Quinn said they have worked at communicating the need for the schools and the financial impact on tax payers.

In the video at the top of this webpage, South Carolina reporter Tina Terry spoke with residents about their concerns with the bond package.

(Watch the video below: 9 SCHOOL TOOLS 25 YEARS Clover School District)