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Pending a successful bond sale today, the Anderson County Board of Education will move forward with building a new Early Childhood Center.
As it stands, board members have approved going forward with a 14-classroom facility and using up to 90 percent of its Capital Outlay funds, if necessary.
However, Superintendent Sheila Mitchell said most likely that won’t be necessary based on discussions during a work session, which preceded Monday night’s meeting.
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