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More Money for School Property
Wednesday, 17 November 2010

November 17--  The Toombs County school system will be paying more for the site of the new Toombs County High School. 

Superintendent Dr. Kendall Brantley reports the system is paying the Ohoopee Conservation District $174,000 for a wetlands permit.  The purchase price for the 90-acre site was $714,000.  

Dr. Brantley says sales tax revenue will be used to pay the unexpected cost.

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