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December 10, 2013 7:27 PM

Sale of historic schoolhouse might violate deed agreement with Beaufort County

A historic schoolhouse in Okatie is being renovated so that it can become an investment office, but Beaufort County officials say they learned last week that the building should not have been sold and might take legal action to block the conversion.

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