Thursday, June 4, 2009

"the most fiscally responsible and educationally appropriate solution"

Milford Daily News
Posted Jun 04, 2009 @ 12:38 AM


Slowly but surely, the plan to renovate or build a new Franklin High School is moving ahead, with a favorable vote from the Massachusetts School Building Authority allowing the town to conduct a feasibility study, according to School Committee Chairman Jeffrey Roy.

Yesterday, the authority's board of directors voted to invite the town to conduct the study to assess the needs of Franklin High School, said state building authority press secretary Carrie Sullivan.

The "invitation to collaborate" on a feasibility study does not mean the the organization has approved the project, Sullivan said.

"It is strictly an invitation to the Franklin school district to work with the (authority) to explore potential solutions to the problems that have been identified," she said.

Roy called the authority's decision "very significant, because we're now more in the pipeline."

Read the full article on this latest development in the FHS renovation process in the Milford Daily News

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