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February 24, 2016 5:54 PM

Matthews mayor: It’s time to explore a suburban split from CMS

Matthews Mayor Jim Taylor says he’ll create a task force to look at secession from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Move was sparked by the school board’s refusal to guarantee protection for neighborhood schools

Is it practical? Not in the past, but Taylor says he wants to see if anything has changed

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