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Baltimore County seeking input on school boundary change

Baltimore County public school officials are seeking public participation in the process of redrawing attendance boundary lines for Cromwell Valley and Hampton elementary schools. The school system is re-establishing a magnet program at Cromwell Valley that will draw from a small neighborhood attendance...

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