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Norwich aldermen have tabled a resolution that would place a bond issue on this November’s city ballot for a school consolidation project.  The proposal would renovate and expand the Mahan, Moriarity, Teachers Memorial, and Stanton schools to house all kindergarten through sixth grade classrooms. Education officials say maintaining all existing school buildings is becoming too costly.  The consolidation plan lists Uncas as a renovated building, if it’s determined the Mahan school property could be sold for commercial development.  Project supporters are hoping the city council can approve the bond issue by mid-August to get it on the Election Day ballot. Aldermen say they still have unanswered questions about the proposed consolidation.

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