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Morrisville rejects resolution supporting neighborhood schools

Don't look for the Morrisville Town Council to back the new Wake County school board majority's move toward neighborhood schools.

As noted in Sunday's Cary News, the Morrisville Town Council voted 4-3 to remove from last week's meeting agenda a resolution supporting parental choice and neighborhood schools. Democrats account for five of the seven seats on the council with one Republican and one unaffiilated member.

"I don't feel that the council should be endorsing the actions of other government bodies," said Councilman Steve Diehl, who led the charge to remove the resolution from the agenda.

CORRECTION

CORRECTED TO REFLECT THAT THERE ARE FIVE DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN AND ONE UNAFFILIATED ON THE TOWN COUNCIL

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