Funds must accumulate to pay for Greenwood schools, library projects

Two school districts and a library are waiting for a Greenwood board to decide how or if it will pay for their future projects.

Officials from the Greenwood Public Library, Greenwood Community Schools and Clark-Pleasant schools have asked the city to consider funding their projects to repair a parking lot, replace water pipes and buy school buses. So far, no funding has been promised.

Their project ideas have to wait, even though two city boards approved new rules earlier this year that give the schools and library the chance to get tax-increment financing, or TIF, money to pay for needed work.


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