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A public meeting is set tonight in Loudoun County over the need for new schools. The meeting is to discuss where to put and what's the demand for schools in the Ashburn, Dulles and Leesburg areas. It's for all grade levels: elementary, middle and high schools. The meeting starts at six tonight at the County's Public Schools Administration Building on Education Court in Ashburn...

Pat Brogan reports...

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