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Superintendent David Faulkner credited parents who care about the schools.
Maplewood got the chance to speak, and voted for a QuikTrip.
That is with 0 of 5 of the election day polling places reporting.
Patch went out and talked to Maplewood voters, and some shared their thoughts on the QuikTrip question.
The resident comments on taxes, accidents and the appropriate use of the northwest corner of Manchester and Big Bend.
Both propositions passed in Maplewood and Brentwood.
Greenberg: I feel compelled to take exception to several opinions by Tonya Powell and by Beverly Tronicek that are stated as “facts”.
The Ward 3 councilman discusses Proposition Q.
He said it disputes what the school district has stated in promoting Proposition K.
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