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Byline: Paulette Tobin
Jul. 27--Three schools at Milton, Osnabrock and Langdon, N.D., could be a step closer to becoming one school district if the State Board of Public School Education approves a reorganization plan Monday in Bismarck.
If the board says yes to the schools' reorganization plan, the next step would be for residents in the three districts to vote on the proposal, said Jeff Lind, superintendent of the Milton-Osnabrock schools.
The state board meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Monday in the Sakakawea Room of the state Capitol.
Lind, and Langdon's new superintendent, Arlyn Irion, said the new district could be eligible for a …