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Councillors boost aid to school food programs

By the time the dust settled after a yesterday's budget debate at City Hall, councillors had agreed to add about 12 million dollars in new spending, including $1.6-million to help school nutrition programs. Neil Quimby, principal at Dixon Grove Junior Middle School, talks about how those nurtrition programs work. Listen audio (runs 7:12)

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