Vote on Mashashimuet Park Improvement Plan Officially Canceled as District Takes Time to Reevaluate - 27 East

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Vote on Mashashimuet Park Improvement Plan Officially Canceled as District Takes Time to Reevaluate

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Mashashimuet Park. FILE PHOTO

Mashashimuet Park. FILE PHOTO

authorCailin Riley on Sep 21, 2022
At its most recent meeting on Monday night, the Sag Harbor Board of Education officially canceled a bond vote that had been set for September 29 on the approval of... more

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