- Associated Press - Thursday, March 20, 2014

UNITY, N.H. (AP) - The future of a long-delayed new elementary school in Unity, N.H., comes down to a bond vote this weekend.

Residents are voting Saturday on a $2.75 million bond at the Unity School District meeting.

Officials say it will cost that much to complete the building.

The Eagle-Times reports (https://bit.ly/1dsMmKm) if the bond is not passed, Unity will not receive about $106,000 in state aid for the school, and charitable donations for the school may have to be returned. Taxes in town will rise. Staff and teachers will lose their jobs and students will have to be taken to another district, possibly even split up among districts.

The meeting will be at the Claremont Opera House.


Information from: Eagle Times, https://www.eagletimes.com

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