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It’s complicated: Talks begin on HCHS

South Boston News
Members of a joint facilities subcommittee charged with developing a plan for the future of Halifax County High School. Seated at the end of the table is Ted Cole with Davenport & Company, the county’s financial advisor.
With sales tax vote behind them, Halifax County supervisors, trustees turn attention to next challenge: how to spend the money

Repair, renovate or replace: school officials offer estimates

Halifax County trustees, supervisors set membership of joint committee

Panel to recommend solution for HCHS

Halifax County trustees to resume work on high school upgrade

Running the numbers

South Boston News
Scott Worner flashes a chart of amortization costs for a new high school during his presentation Monday night to the School Board. Worner, who presented information on three options for moderning HCHS — repair, renovate or replace — offered this balance sheet on the 30-year cost of a new school. Under the analysis, the newly passed county sales tax for education would cover the cost of a new high school building, if paired with existing money the school division uses to pay off debt service on past school building projects. The current debt service payments come to an end in 2027. (Liza Fulton photo)
Pros, cons with HCHS options: repair, renovate or replace

Moser, Coleman takes leadership roles

South Boston News

School Board recognitions to start a new year

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