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Lebanon voters to decide fate of old school

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LEBANON, N.H. -

The old junior high school in Lebanon, New Hampshire will be sold if residents sign off at Tuesday's town meeting vote.

Students have not attended the school since a new middle school was built down the street. The building costs the city about $100,000  a year to maintain.  The city has signed a purchase agreement with a local developer for the property for $851,000.   

Plans include townhouse-style apartments and shared recreation space. The building's historic façade would also be refurbished.

A 'yes' vote would allow the development plans to move forward.

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