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Friday, December 19, 2014
Super lays out case for $49M bond proposal
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Susan Schwartz, center, the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Board of Education president, said on Sept. 25 that the board would not consider separating synthetic-turf athletic fields from a $49.89 million bond proposal, which would allow residents to vote on the $7.5 million allotted for the fields separately from all other projects. At left was John DeTommaso, the Central District superintendent, who laid out his case for the bond at the Board of Education meeting.

n Kennedy High School — 1966

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