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People gathered in the Aldermanic Chambers of Newton City Hall yesterday to watch the results of a special election.

Newton voters OK $151m high school plan

People gathered in the Aldermanic Chambers of Newton City Hall yesterday to watch the results of a special election. People gathered in the Aldermanic Chambers of Newton City Hall yesterday to watch the results of a special election. (Patricia McDonnell for the Boston Globe)
By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / January 24, 2007

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NEWTON -- Casting aside warnings from critics who said it would hobble the city's finances for decades, voters in Newton last night decided to let the city move forward with the most expensive high school construction project in state history. (Full article: 730 words)

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