Concord-Carlisle school district officials awaited word from the state last week on whether their revised high school building project, halted abruptly in June after ballooning over budget, will now be allowed to proceed. District officials say the $92.6 million project is back on track, but anger has built in the community over the project’s handling, and some residents contend that the project they voted to fund last year has spiraled out of their control.
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