Skillern Designates $100,000 Of Discretionary Funds For New Road To Daisy Elementary

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

County Commissioner Fred Skillern has designated $100,000 of his district discretionary funds for a new road to Daisy Elementary School.

The road will be built from Sequoyah Road.

The county schools will contribute $200,000 to the $300,000 project.

Officials said Commissioner Skillern, who is leaving the commission at the end of this month after a long tenure on the school board and commission, has over $100,000 left in his account.


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