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Northville voters reject proposed merger with Mayfield

Debbie Smigen and her son Michael, 9, of Mayfield, leave a voting booth at Mayfield High School Tuesday. Monitors Terri Brubaker and Nancy Hamilton stand at center.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Debbie Smigen and her son Michael, 9, of Mayfield, leave a voting booth at Mayfield High School Tuesday. Monitors Terri Brubaker and Nancy Hamilton stand at center.
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The Mayfield and Northville school districts won’t be merging this year. Voters from each district went to the polls Tuesday to decide if the two traditional rivals should become a single district. Mayfield residents voted in favor of a merger 386-273, but Northville residents shot it down, 670-309. Both districts had to agree for the merger to go forward, so Northville and Mayfield will remain separate entities. In Mayfield, voters were not surprised by the ...


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