OSCU merger plan goes down in flames
copyright the Chronicle June 8, 2016
by Elizabeth Trail
Voters soundly rejected on Tuesday a plan for a merger that would have turned the Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) into a unified school district. Only Barton voted in favor of the proposal.
All seven towns within the supervisory union would have had to approve the merger in order for it to happen.
Brownington voted resoundingly, 45-22, against a unified school district. Glover voted 74- 37 against. And Orleans voted 41 to 31 against.
In Barton the vote was 56-35 in favor.
Amy Leroux, chair of the OCSU board and of the study committee, could not be reached by telephone Tuesday night.
“I’m disappointed,” said Kathy White, another study committee member…To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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