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INDEPENDENCE — Hoping to keep all new school projects in Grayson County on an equal basis, the board of supervisors voted last week to change wording in a resolution to give them authority to review all projects as they move along.
The change was brought about after bids for the new Grayson Highlands School to be built in Volney came in nearly $2 million more than original estimates.
Looking back on a previously passed resolution, the board consulted Attorney James E. Cornwell, Jr. on how to interpret the wording.
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