Thursday, April 25, 2013

More Money For The King School of Medicine
More money turning up in Abingdon, this time the King School of Medicine got some. The fifty thousand dollars from the Washington County Virginia Board of Supervisors came after a close 4 to 3 vote. They spent over an hour discussing the school and progress made. Abingdonís Town Council previously advanced fifty thousand and the Virginia General Assembly contributed 250-thousand while 400-thousand came from the 25-million promised from the Virginia Tobacco Commission. Concerns were expressed about supporting the school but itís believed that the future success of the school depends on it. Following the lengthy discussion about the King School of Medicine a closed session was held to discuss the Virginia Code section dealing with developments of regional impact and recent legislative developments and options to protect the county. (bg)

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