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By TINA E. VAUGHN
INDEPENDENCE — The Grayson County Board of Supervisors on Thursday will consider a resolution that would establish a public education grant fund through income generated from the regional Wildwood Commerce Park project.
If approved, the board would earmark 50 percent of the county's annual dividends from the project (up to $250,000) to be used for grant funding match requirements for the school system within the same fiscal year.
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