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Medford voters asked to replace district's pool

10:31 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
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The Medford School District is asking voters to approve a $5.8 million referendum to build a new pool at the middle school, and turn the existing pool space into a practice gym.

This is the district's third attempt to pass a referendum addressing the pool at the high school. Two previous referenda, both encompassing larger projects than the current one, were resoundingly rejected by voters in 2009 and 2011.

District Administrator Pat Sullivan said the current pool at the high school is 47 years old, and the associated costs with maintaining it have gotten too great for the district to handle. ...

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