Caroline School Bond Referendum Passes
by Frank Hammon
posted Nov 5 2013 11:23PM
Caroline voters overwhelmingly approved a bond referendum that would pay for $26.3 million in renovations to Caroline High School and Madison Elementary School. Eighty-one percent of those who voted supported the measure. The bonds will pay for $21 million worth of renovations to Caroline High School and $4 million worth of renovations to Madison Elementary. The remaining $1.3 million will be used to pay for the issuance of the bonds.