The ruling was made Thursday in superior court. The Beaufort County commissioners have been ordered to pay the board $412,000 in funding. Neil Yarborough, the commissioners' attorney, says if additional revenue is found in federal or state monies, then Wednesday's judgment could be lowered. We could not reach the school's attorney for comment.
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