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UPPER TOWNSHIP VOTERS REJECT SCHOOL BONDING

No school funding in Upper Township. Voters went to the polls on Tuesday night and rejected a plan to bond $16 million to repair the primary and middle schools there. On two separate ballots questions, the no vote got 54 and 59 percent. The state was going to pay for 40 percent of the work, bringing the local amount that had to be paid down to $9.5 million.

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