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DD2 Bond Referendum passes

Dorchester county voters overwhelmingly supported a multimillion-dollar bond referendum in the May 14th Special Election, with 76% voting in favor and 24% against the measure, according to Dorchester School District Two officials.

The approved $200 million referendum will fund a comprehensive list of projects, including crucial security and safety upgrades across all facilities, the construction of two new elementary schools, and a variety of renovations and additions to existing schools.

A Look Back at the $179 Million Referendum passed in 2012 

How your tax dollars were spent 

In 2012, the voters of Dorchester School District 2 agreed to build new schools and fix major problems in some of the older buildings.  The district responsibly spent the referendum to accomplish several growing needs the community faced over 12 years ago.  

 

VIEW 2012 SCHOOL REFERENDUM PROJECTS

 

 

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