Public to get more information on $74 million Salem High School project
Superintendent Michael Delahanty said he expects to have more information on the bonding and financing of the project at tonight's School Board planning session.
"We were encouraged by their recommendations and what the interest rates ought to be for the next few years, so we should have some numbers shortly," said Delahanty.
Although the money for that portion of the renovation will be included in the appropriation request on the election ballot, the $10.8 million earmarked for that portion of the project will be paid by the state.
Delahanty said there will also be a series of public meetings announced around the turn of the new year to address the scope and cost of the project. Those meetings will include the district's building and design partners as well as school officials.
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