What you need to know to vote in Tuesday’s school bond referendums:
Who: Registered voters in the Rock Hill and Fort Mill school districts.
When: Polls open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday.
Where: Here’s a list of polling places.
ID required: Voters will need a photo identification to cast a ballot. Acceptable forms include a South Carolina driver’s license, an ID card issued by the state Department of Motor Vehicles, a South Carolina voter registration card with a photo, a federal military ID or a U.S. passport.
More online: Go to heraldonline.com/education for previous coverage of both referendums, and for live results after 7 p.m.
Rock Hill – $110 million
Tax increase: None. The bonds will be sold as existing debt is paid off.
What it will pay for: Safety and energy upgrades, structural updates, buses, technology, remodeling existing buildings and a new elementary school, if growth dictates, among other projects.
Fort Mill – $227 million
Tax increase: $120 per $100,000 of assessed value, annually.
What it will pay for: A new high school, middle school, aquatics center, training center, buses and improvements to existing buildings, among other projects.