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Voters decide on key issues for area school districts

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(02/26/14) - In the first vote of 2014, several school money issues have been decided.

Voters have approved money proposals for Bangor Township, Byron, Laker and Meridian schools.

The Midland County Revenue Enhancement Millage also passed.

In the Bentley District, a $5 million bond to fix concrete bleachers failed by just 16 votes. The district has said, without the bond, next year's football season is in question.

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