It only failed by 19 votes,” is the way Village President John Neitzel looked at the matter. The final result was 281-262 against aggregation.
Officials believe a more concerted effort to provide voters with the facts on the program would pay off in the long run. But agreeing on the best way to get the word out will take a little while longer.
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