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(WMC-TV) - The Shelby County Schools Board approved deals with Arlington and Lakeland suburban municipals on Tuesday. The deals total nearly $4.7 million.  They give Arlington and Lakeland the go ahead to continue with planning.

Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald sat in on the meeting. He is hopeful that the agreement will pave the way for an agreement with Bartlett.

Action News 5's Lauren Squires is sitting down with the mayor Wednesday afternoon to learn more about what he hopes to see happen regarding the possible agreement with SCS.  Find out what he has to say on the news at 5 p.m.

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