Area School Patrons Head To The Polls

COLUMBUS (AP) - Voters in Columbus will be asked tomorrow to approve a bond issue that would make way for construction of a new, $28.5 million middle school to replace the current one. Critics say taxes will be too high and the new school will cause traffic congestion. Supporters say the current school doesn't have enough space.

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