School buildings across North Carolina often are in bad shape, but the state hasn’t had a statewide school bond since 1996. County commissioners in rural areas say they can’t raise property taxes more than they have.
School buildings across North Carolina often are in bad shape, but the state hasn’t had a statewide school bond since 1996. County commissioners in rural areas say they can’t raise property taxes more than they have. DAVID T. FOSTER III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
School buildings across North Carolina often are in bad shape, but the state hasn’t had a statewide school bond since 1996. County commissioners in rural areas say they can’t raise property taxes more than they have. DAVID T. FOSTER III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
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State bonds for local schools wouldn’t dent CMS needs

August 13, 2015 02:00 AM