Education

June 30, 2014 10:30 PM

Horry County school board leans toward giving funds to individual members for use in their districts

The Horry County school board took a nonbinding vote Monday night to approve a group of policy changes that include splitting $90,000 among its members to be used in their districts, and forming three standing committees for key areas of Horry County Schools.

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