Community members ask school board to keep its nickel campaign promise

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By Stevie Lowery

Prior to Thursday’s school board meeting, many Marion Countians who voted for the recallable nickel in 2016 felt like they were about to become victims of a “bait and switch” tactic.

During the recallable nickel campaign, Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser told the community that if the nickel was approved, a new school would be built for Calvary Elementary, and Lebanon Elementary would be, at the very least, renovated and expanded. Those two schools, she said, would be the top two priorities if the nickel was approved.  

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