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(KSL News) -- The battle to keep two Salt Lake elementary schools open has hit a major snag.
A Third District Court judge has ruled that the Salt Lake City Board of Education followed district policy when it decided to close Lowell and Roslyn Heights elementary schools.
In 2001...the board voted to close the schools..and they did in June.
The group, "Save Our Schools" contends that the board side-stepped policy.
Had the judge agreed with them...the school closure debate would've gone back to the school board for more deliberation.