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High school remains open for shelter.
Hurricane Sandy also postpones Hopatcong and Sparta BOE meetings to Thursday.
Hurricane Sandy also causes cancellation of Hopatcong BOE meeting and all school-related programs.
Teachers say school has seen an increase in bears on school campus.
The board heard three possibilities to build a multi-sport turf field, bleachers and other facilities.
More than 50 residents volunteer to discuss ways to improve school's standing.
Lundin, Reilly and Antonelli attend session hosted by borough's Democrats.
Board of Education will hold special meeting next week to discuss $3.25 million project.
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