Hearing on Salem high school renovation scheduled
The board is holding a public hearing on the project at the high school's media center on Thursday, Jan. 16, to "consider the incurring of indebtedness for the purpose of construction and original equipping of renovations and improvements to Salem High School and the Salem High School Career and Technical Education center in the amount of $74,745,00," according to Bernard Campbell, board chairman.
Earlier in December, the School Board approved placing an article on the March town election warrant asking to appropriate the $74,745,000 for the high school project.
Part of the high school renovation project includes the renovation of the school's Career and Technical Education (CTE) center.
The superintendent said the public hearing and other potential meetings before the March vote are intended to answer all questions the public has about the project.
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