Atkinson faces tough decisions
Article from The Piscataquis Observer, Vol. 164, No. 44, October 30, 2002
|To the editor:|
The issue of de-organizing Atkinson is probably the most important issue the town has faced since its inception in 1819. It certainly wins the prize for causing the most dissension and division among families and longtime friends. Perhaps the only decision greater in importance than de-organization would be Atkinson's decision in the late 1960s to join SAD 41 in Milo. That decision has had long-lasting effects on Atkinson, just as the decision of whether or not to de-organize will.
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