GREENDALE, Wis. — As far as the Greendale Village Board of Trustees is concerned, the fat lady has sung.
The seven-member committee has unanimously agreed to withdraw a referendum question from the November ballot asking village voters if polling places should be removed from schools.
The decision guarantees voting machines will remain in the village’s three elementary schools for the foreseeable future, something the Greendale Board of Education had fought against for months.
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