ATLANTA - Now that a September vote on school bonding is out of the question, the Atlanta Board of Education is aiming for November.

On Monday night, the board voted 6 to 2 that the city's Nov. 3 general election ballot should include a proposal for $94 million of bonding to renovate schools. The city council, voting July 20, had rejected an earlier school board proposal that the referendum be considered in a special election to be held Sept. 15.

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