By STEVEN T. DENNIS
The Washington County Commissioners have agreed to give the Washington County Board of Education an extra $750,000 this year for capital projects, including a planned $13 million renovation and expansion of South Hagerstown High School.
But the funds come with a catch.
The commissioners tied the money to a demand that the school board work with the commissioners on a three-year plan for education budgets this year.
Commissioner James R. Wade said it didn't make sense for the school board to continue to present the commissioners with unreasonable demands in April or May.