Columbus County Schools Superintendent Deanne Meadows Wednesday night presented the board of education with a cost-cutting measure that would close four campuses. The plan would help offset an enrollment decline of 684 students over the last 7 years that has resulted in a loss of $5.8 million in revenue.
While no vote was
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