A construction crew works on a newly built home in the Brayden community in Fort Mill back in 2016. A decision is expected next month about new impact fees the Fort Mill school district can charge on each new home to help pay for the impact residential growth has on the district.
A construction crew works on a newly built home in the Brayden community in Fort Mill back in 2016. A decision is expected next month about new impact fees the Fort Mill school district can charge on each new home to help pay for the impact residential growth has on the district. File photo
A construction crew works on a newly built home in the Brayden community in Fort Mill back in 2016. A decision is expected next month about new impact fees the Fort Mill school district can charge on each new home to help pay for the impact residential growth has on the district. File photo

'High as they'll let us go': Why Fort Mill's pitch to pay for schools may be too low.

April 10, 2018 04:41 PM