A lot more students will soon be attending Williamson County schools.
Leaders are projecting 1,800 new students will be in Williamson County classrooms next year.
With the cost of education rising, the county is now looking at adding an educational impact fee–which would require people buying new residential properties in Williamson County to pay an additional fee to help cover the cost of education.
“The county commission has determined we need to leave no stone unturned as far as figuring out how we can pay for educational growth,” said Joe Horn, community developer for Williamson County.
Right now this educational impact fee is just in the studying stage. When this will start and just how much it will cost are still unknown. But if this was a multiple choice exam and the options were: (continue reading at Fox17)