All four municipal bonds on Greensboro’s ballot passed by strong margins in yesterday’s election. The total combined cost of the bonds is $126 million and will address low-income housing, transportation, economic development and parks and recreation. Gboro residents keep an eye out to make sure you’re getting you’re money’s worth.
Meanwhile in Forsyth County—the $350 million school bond passed by a strong margin. The bond includes plans for two new middle schools, four replacement buildings, four renovations and four additions that will address space issues within Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.