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  Originally Published on: 11/6/2013

Voters in the Colonel Crawford school district turn down two separate requests for more money Tuesday. A 1.8 mill bond issue would have helped pay for new high school gymnasium locker rooms. That issue failed 57% to 43%. And a 0.5 mill additional tax would have guaranteed state funding through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission to add a new high school wing. That issue failed 55% to 45%. Superintendent Todd Martin says that building project may now be in jeopardy. But he intends to talk with state officials about other options.
   
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