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November 5, 2012 7:06 PM

Muscogee County School District considers eliminating, deferring some SPLOST projects; site for arts academy proposed

Muscogee County School District interim superintendent John Phillips proposed Monday night eliminating and deferring millions of dollars worth of projects to make up a shortfall expected to be as much as $40 million in the $223,155,784 list voters approved to fund in 2009 with a 1 percent sales tax.

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