NH School Will Lose Accreditation If Building Isn't Fixed

By Joe Gullo

Published 03/11 2014 05:41PM

Updated 03/11 2014 06:21PM

GRAFTON, N.H. - It's Town Meeting Day for communities in New Hampshire. Five towns in Grafton county will vote on a $21.5 million bond to renovate a local high school.

Macoma Valley Regional High School will lose its educational accreditation if the building isn't fixed. So school officials are asking voters to approve millions.

This is the thrid time the bond has gone out for vote, this version trims $300,000 from the original total.

Polls close at 7 p.m.

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