Romulus-South Seneca merger voted down

On Wednesday, voters in southern Seneca County voted down a proposition that would have merged the schools districts of Romulus and South Seneca. While the proposition overwhelmingly passed in the South Seneca school district, voters in Romulus voted down the proposal.The majority in Romulus said no to a merger, with nearly 400 people voting yes. In South Seneca, the majority votes yes, with 716 people voting in favor.The proposition needed to pass in both districts.The totals are:ROMULUS 743 opposed to 397 in favorSOUTH SENECA 152 opposed to 716 in facorThe South Seneca Board of Education will hold a special meeting tonight at 6:30 at the Ovid campus auditorium to discuss the future of their school district.

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