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14 vie for 7 seats on new board of merged schools

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There are twice as many candidates as there are seats on the newly merged Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville School District Board of Education. “This is great,” said Hamilton Fulton Montgomery BOCES District Superintendent Patrick Michel. “We never have this many people running.” In a referendum Jan. 29, voters established a board with only seven members. Fourteen submitted their petitions Monday, making for more than the usual measure of competition. Michel said the large number of candidates is ...


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