The Board of Commissioners is moving ahead with plans to place a $19.9 million bond referendum for Pitt Community College on November’s ballot.
The board approved two resolutions during its Monday night meeting. The first vote was for an order authorizing the bond. It passed with an 8-1 vote with Commissioner Eugene James objecting.
The second vote was for a resolution calling for a bond referendum. It passed 7-2 with James and Glen Webb objecting.
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