Germantown voters reject school referendums
Germantown voters Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected two referendums - one that called for spending $22.5 million for a new elementary school and school and technology and security upgrades districtwide and ...
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#1 Nov 6, 2008
of course, with this economy who can afford a new school, why dont we fix up the ones we have already, and there is no overcrowding from what I see.
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