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Mailing Address
WBCB
101 W. Boardman Street
Youngstown, OH 44503

Telephone Numbers
330-744-8611
330-399-5208 (Warren)
1-800-488-9365

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330-744-3402

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    Campbell City Schools move forward with entering a solar incentive program

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