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Holladay Sends School District Split Proposal to Vote

Holladay Sends School District Split Proposal to Vote



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(KSL News) The Holladay City Council has decided to let residents vote on a plan that would create a new school district but leave an island of residents in the Granite School District.

The plan is meant to appeal to residents hoping to save Cottonwood High School while allowing a vote for small districts.

The Deseret Morning News reports the proposal may be illegal. Current laws say a new district cannot landlock portions of the former district.

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