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MAUSD board looks to fill three seats

The Mount Abraham Unified School District board is looking to fill three vacant school board seats after accepting a resignation from New Haven’s Patrick Lawrence and determining that two board seats formerly held by Lincoln must be reapportioned following the town’s withdrawal from the district.

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