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Several local school districts have levies, bond issues on November ballot

A desire for new school buildings. A wish to renovate existing structures. Striving to maintain existing facilities and services.

Several school districts are asking their voters to approve either bond issues or levies on the Nov. 8 ballot to fund plans that they say are critical to their schools’ future.

The most ambitious plan is in the Nordonia Hills City School District, which hopes to consolidate its six aging structures with three new schools. There would be one kindergarten- through fourth-grade school building where Lee Eaton is now, which would replace Northfield Elementary, Rushwood and Ledgeview elementary schools. In

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