May 22, 2013

Official: Portland will get $30 million to replace, fix schools

The state funds will go toward replacing Hall Elementary and fixing Longfellow Elementary, says Portland's finance director.

By Noel K. Gallagher ngallagher@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

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Students file into Hall Elementary School in Portland. The state is promising $30 million to help replace Hall Elementary and fix Longfellow Elementary, according to Portland's finance director.

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Students exit Longfellow Elementary School at the end of the school day on Friday afternoon in Portland on May 10, 2013. Students file into Hall Elementary School in Portland. The state is promising $30 million to help replace Hall Elementary and fix Longfellow Elementary, according to Portland's finance director.

Tim Greenway / Staff Photographer

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