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Steve Badt, who now works at a Washington soup kitchen, the latest alleged victim to come forward.
Suit says Delbarton officials, trustees, parents and others knew about alleged abuse since the 1970s and did nothing stop them.
Police & Fire, Schools
Governor asked to appoint a special prosecutor to probe allegations of sexual misconduct by Delbarton's former headmaster
Abbey says investigations continue, no word yet on any charges.
Government, Schools, Local Connections
Phase 2 of "Morris Model" is expected to generate 9.8 million kilowatts of power for 23 sites and save $7.9 million over 15 years.
The $25 million annual plan also includes repairs for roads, roofs, sidewalks and parking lots, energy renovations, asbestos removal and furniture purchases.
Police & Fire, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Area colleges report most security issues involve the use of alcohol and drugs
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business
Officials stress focus on communication, coordination, technology.
But students tell freeholders opposition to CCM policy will mean less diversity in the classroom.
School recently started accepting undocumented students for first time since 2001.
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