$152 million school bond going on November ballot


BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – Voters in Brunswick County will have a say on whether the county will borrow $152 million for public schools.

Last night, Brunswick County Commissioners approved a resolution to put a special bond referendum on the November ballot.

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The money will go toward things such as building or renovating schools, improving classrooms, and improving security and technology infrastructure.

According to Brunswick County schools, the tax impact with the new debt, combined with the remaining debt on a 1999 school bond, equals about $80 a year on a $200,000 home.