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"If you have a garden and a library,
you have everything.

- Marcus Tullius Cicero

About the Campaign for
Parks & Libraries

Dorchester County voters have already approved expanding parks and libraries. That prior voter referendum; however, was overturned by the courts.

This year - on November 5th, 2019 - Dorchester County voters will have the opportunity to once again invest in both parks and libraries. This time the plans are even better. 

The parks preserve more green space, stops more development, and creates recreation facilities for us to enjoy year round.

 

The libraries create a network of facilities equipped to handle the 21st century and create engaged citizens from the youngest to the oldest and all of those in between. All of this starts with your vote of 'Yes' on November 5th.

READ THE QUESTIONS THAT WILL BE ON THE BALLOT

 

VOTE YES FOR
Parks

Shall Dorchester County, South Carolina be authorized to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $38,000,000 for funding the acquisition of land and the design and construction of parks and recreational facilities at various location throughout the County, including the development of the Dorchester County Courthouse Park in St. George, the Ashley River Park, the Ashley River Park-Rosebrock Park-Swamp Fox Connector, and the Pine Trace Natural Area in Summerville, and the development of hiking, biking, and pedestrian trails and bridges, together with associated infrastructure, at various locations throughout the County?

VOTE YES FOR
Libraries

Shall Dorchester County, South Carolina be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount of $30,000,000 for funding the acquisition of land and the design and construction of new library facilities in the Summerville, North Charleston, and Ridgeville areas of Dorchester County?