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Voters Approve Rogers Memorial Library Budget

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Voters approved the 2020 budget for the Rogers Memorial Library. GREG WEHNER

Voters approved the 2020 budget for the Rogers Memorial Library. GREG WEHNER

authorStaff Writer on Aug 5, 2019
Voters from the Southampton and Tuckahoe school districts headed to the polls on Friday and handily approved the 2020 Rogers Memorial Library budget of $4,868,901, in a 194-35 vote. Along... more

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