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By Julianne Wyrick:
Most Georgians know that an amendment relating to charter schools will be on their ballot on November. But few know that there is a second amendment up for consideration that, if approved, could save the state millions of dollars by allowing multiyear lease agreements.
Over the next ten years, the amendment would save the state $66 million, according to Paul Melvin, who is the director of communications for Georgia’s State Properties Commission.