Plainville residents approve Board of Education’s new budget

Education

People in Plainville went to the polls to vote on the Board of Education’s new budget, which includes $100,000 in cuts. 

On the chopping block includes middle school sports, special education programs, and even money for textbooks. 

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The tally had 863 votes for ‘yes’ and 369 votes for ‘no’.

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