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July 11. 2013 12:46PM

Claremont schools hit financing roadblock in $5M plan to install energy saving equipment

Claremont — The School Renovation Committee continues to hit roadblocks on financing for a proposed $5 million contract to install energy saving equipment at the district’s five schools, including a wood pellet/propane boiler at Stevens High School. Unable to secure a 20-year loan at an interest rate that

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