BOSTON -- The vote Tuesday on New England's biggest bond referendum remained too close to call yesterday, and city officials in West Warwick, R.I., said the final results would not be available for a few more days.

The $130 million bond referendum for the city's water and sewer commission was initially thought to have been rejected. However, by yesterday afternoon, the vote was 15,593 for approval and 14,935 for defeat.

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