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by Heather Borden Herve | Jan 25, 2019 3:59pm
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Posted to: Education, Norwalk, Wilton
News of Senate President Martin Looney's bill to consolidate school districts — SB 454 — is making waves in some suburbs. Heather Borden Herve of Good Morning Wilton has the story.
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