State aid for school projects


Selectmen on Tuesday are expected to approve statements of interest regarding funding by the Massachusetts School Building Authority for two school projects. The statements, which involve the replacement of Stoughton High and the South Elementary School, had been sent back to the School Department to make spelling and grammatical corrections. Selectmen previously voted to authorize Superintendent of Schools Marguerite Rizzi to submit statements of interest to the building authority for three elementary school repair projects. All projects are contingent on receiving approvals from the authority, which reimburses school districts for some of the construction costs.

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