Union County's $28.8 million package of bonds for schools and public utility projects, which goes before voters Nov. 8, got a very mixed review recently at a meeting of Marshville's board of aldermen.

The education portion of the referendum -- $18 million for two new elementary schools and renovations to existing school buildings -- was strongly backed by Marshville Mayor Charles Harvey Griffin.

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