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By SANDIE BANKS
The Carroll County Board of Education got a boost for its plans to add needed space to overflowing schools.
Joe Nance, a fiscal consultant said he believed the board would be able to proceed with a $10 million project, and likely could get additional funding.
He said the board’s bonding (or borrowing) potential is $5.8 million. Added to the $4 million set aside for building projects, the district is in a good position to proceed on a project.
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