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September 20, 2006

Valdosta --  Several schools in Lowndes county will be receiving a facelift because of E-SPLOST being extended.  

S. L. Mason will be one of those schools that will be receiving a new building in the near future. Lack of space has caused the school to use portable building to serve all the students.

"Every school in the system will at least benefit somewhat in SPLOST being past. Those that have construction have top priority," said Principal  John Davis.

Tuesday night's SPLOST vote passed by over 2,000 votes.

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