Guilford County now has the green light to move forward with a massive plan to fund school construction.
Guilford County Schools is hoping the community will help the district with unmet capital needs.
The North Carolina House wants the state to borrow over $3 billion to pay for school and road construction projects. This means voters may see bond referendums on the ballot this November.
A group of community members and educators gathered in front of the Guilford County Courthouse Tuesday to discuss capital improvement needs in the school district.
Guilford County officials are discussing building improvements that will have a major impact on the school district for years to come.
A provision in the Senate's proposed budget would prevent local school boards from suing counties to get more money for capital needs.
Forsyth County Commissioners are discussing several projects at a public hearing Monday for a fall bond referendum.