County Council will help out the Lancaster County School District when it comes to building new schools.
Council approved a resolution by a 4-2 vote Monday night to share development fees it collects with the school district to go toward building new schools.
Council approved a 60-40 split of the money.
That means if a developer agrees to contribute $10,000 per new house in a residential development, the county would receive $6,000 and the school district, $4,000.
Council would also negotiate with developers for land donations to build new schools.