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New Jersey rejects Mandarin immersion charter by one-vote margin

April 4, 2012

SOUTH BRUNSWICK — By a one-vote margin, townships officials rejected plans for a Mandarin Chinese immersion charter school that had been opposed by residents in three towns.

Founders of the proposed Princeton International Academy Charter School, which spent two years seeking local approvals, saw their request for a land use variance narrowly defeated when the zoning voted about 12:30 a.m. today.

With five votes necessary to pass, only four board members voted in favor of the plan and three opposed it.

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