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N.J. Education Dept. offers advice on merging small towns

There are 3 comments on the Philly.com News story from Jul 25, 2009, titled N.J. Education Dept. offers advice on merging small towns. In it, Philly.com News reports that:

A New Jersey commission that wants tiny towns to merge yesterday got tips from the state Department of Education, which this month began folding small school districts into larger ones nearby.

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Vampirate

New York, NY

#1 Jul 29, 2009
Does this mean Fieldsboro can disappear? Please?
Native

Mount Freedom, NJ

#2 Sep 5, 2009
Everything is mega this...mega that & no decent service to back it up.

Since: Apr 10

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#3 Apr 17, 2010
Bordentown perhaps bit off more than it could chew by adding another level of middle school...maybe they could sell mcfarland and go back to having just the elementary schools, the old high school as a middle school and then the new high school. Mcfarland would provide some revenue for the city. Or better yet, sell the old high school.

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