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A court case claiming a conflict of interest was struck down, but Inserra Supermarkets and the township are still facing other court claims.
Girl, 8, said her babysitter told her to fabricate the allegations she made when she was 4 years old.
Two men were parked in the Cedar Hill Shopping Center long after the stores had closed on New Year's Eve.
Board says it will likely have a new permanent superintendent in place by the start of the next school year.
The township is in the midst of a county-mandated reassessment of property values, and it is hosting an information session and update next week.
The three new members sworn in Monday night say they hope the board will be unified in 2014, and will focus on finding a new superintendent for the K-8 district.