March vote set on Lawrence school sale
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Voters in the Lawrence school district will decide in a March 20 public referendum whether the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere can be sold for $12.5 million to a health care group that plans to convert it into outpatient medical offices.
The sale would pump much-needed money into the district's budget, supporters said. The property's addition to the tax rolls would mean an estimated $1...