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State to restore grant, with strings

The state says it will reinstate funding for the stalled Concord-Carlisle High School building project, but only if the regional district submits monthly progress reports and meets other unusual conditions.  

District officials, who have been criticized by some residents over their handling of the project, must ensure that they comply with the state’s laws covering public meetings and the release of public documents, and submit a revised budget for the project, according to the state agency that oversees funding for school construction projects. The district may see its grant for the new high school reduced.

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