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It's a 'no' from District 518 voters

WORTHINGTON -- After many months of contentious debate, District 518's hopes of building a new high school and making other facility enhancements were halted Tuesday.

WORTHINGTON - After many months of contentious debate, District 518’s hopes of building a new high school and making other facility enhancements were halted Tuesday.

Preliminary numbers indicate that voters rejected the district’s $68.5 million bond proposal - its most recent attempt to alleviate district-wide space concerns - by a count of 2,198 to 1,506 in Tuesday’s special election.

Read more on Tuesday night’s results in Wednesday’s edition of The Globe and dglobe.com.

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