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Berkshire Eagle
Debris, contamination unearthed during Taconic High site work246,520-square-foot academic and vocational school will be constructed across f
Debris, contamination unearthed during Taconic High site work
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
246,520-square-foot academic and vocational school will be constructed across from the current school's main entrance. The Massachusetts School Building Authority has issued approval for $74.2 million in state funding toward the Taconic project,... Read more
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Island Packet
State program to offer $50M in tech loans to schoolsloans available to Massachusetts school districts to improve their information
State program to offer $50M in tech loans to schools
Island Packet / Posted 4 days ago
loans available to Massachusetts school districts to improve their information technology. The board that oversees the Massachusetts School Building Authority recently voted to establish the program, which will have $50 million in loans... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
State program to offer $50M in tech loans to schoolsloans available to Massachusetts school districts to improve their information
State program to offer $50M in tech loans to schools
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 4 days ago
loans available to Massachusetts school districts to improve their information technology. The board that oversees the Massachusetts School Building Authority recently voted to establish the program, which will have $50 million in loans... Read more
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The Herald News
For nearly 3 years 200 solar panels have sat unused on top of Morton Middle Schoolas part of the school’s nearly $52 million construction project. While most of
For nearly 3 years 200 solar panels have sat unused on top of Morton Middle School
The Herald News / Posted 6 days ago
as part of the school’s nearly $52 million construction project. While most of the project’s cost was reimbursed by the Massachusetts School Building Authority, the cost of the solar panels — a figure that was not available Wednesday — was not... Read more
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The Herald News
Durfee building committee changes made as key date nearsThat is when the city is supposed to have submitted its choice as an owner’s pr
Durfee building committee changes made as key date nears
The Herald News / Posted 19 days ago
That is when the city is supposed to have submitted its choice as an owner’s project manager for the project and when the Massachusetts School Building Authority, the agency that — in the end — will provide most of the funding for the project, is... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Nashoba Tech could see jump in enrollment with Minuteman exodusthrough a formal referendum." The Minuteman School District will pay for the el
Nashoba Tech could see jump in enrollment with Minuteman exodus
Lowell Sun / Posted 23 days ago
through a formal referendum." The Minuteman School District will pay for the election, according to the statement. The Massachusetts School Building Authority has committed $44 million to the $144.9 million new school. The yes vote is needed to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Voke school has one last chance to save $145m projectproject moves forward. “If there are more ‘yes’ votes than ‘no’ votes, the pro
Voke school has one last chance to save $145m project
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
project moves forward. “If there are more ‘yes’ votes than ‘no’ votes, the project is approved,’’ Bouquillon said. The Massachusetts School Building Authority has committed $44 million towards the project. The MSBA has given Minuteman until... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Ferry service to get test run at Quincy's Squantum Point Parkapproved borrowing $410,000 for school-building improvements. Of that, $160,000
Ferry service to get test run at Quincy's Squantum Point Park
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 29 days ago
approved borrowing $410,000 for school-building improvements. Of that, $160,000 is eligible for reimbursement from the Massachusetts School Building Authority. • The council approved borrowing $10.3 million for a pair of projects included the... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
City Council approves repurposing $1.1 million for North Quincy High, City Hall worksaid the city has about $1.1 million remaining from a bond to replace windows a
City Council approves repurposing $1.1 million for North Quincy High, City Hall work
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 29 days ago
said the city has about $1.1 million remaining from a bond to replace windows and doors at five school last summer. The Massachusetts School Building Authority reimbursed the city between 67 to 69 percent for each of those school projects.... Read more

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