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Supporters of a small, private school in Columbia County got an extra two weeks to come up with a way to save hundreds of thousands of dollars.

On Tuesday night, Columbia County Commissioners were expected to tell supporters of the Savannah River Academy that they would have to pay for two turn ...

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  1. Not an accusation, but really curious. Did Walmart pay for the lights required for it’s stores on Washington Road, Belair Road, or off of Horizon South Parkway? When those stores were built, infrastructure was provided to accommodate their traffic while they were the only business at the time that benefited from the additions. I understand if the county provided the infrastructure as in investment for the further business development such stores bring, but it was to benefit a private entity, not the people Columbia County. So I would be fine with the county extending the same consideration to a private entity that helps disadvantaged children. This is an investment in the future of Columbia County.

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