Can the school district present multiple project proposals to the towns to seek a vote to provide local appropriation to fund the project?

For a school district to be eligible to receive funds from the state to support a project they must follow the rules and regulations set forth by the Massachusetts Building Authority (MSBA). The feasibility study requires the building committee to look at all options to address the needs of the building identified by the MSBA. The building committee is then required to meet with MSBA to explain why options were not considered and why one preferred option is being recommended as a plan for review and approval. The plan, developed through the feasibility study and approved by the MSBA will be presented to the towns as a proposed project as defined in the project scope and budget agreement, within the deadline established by the MSBA.

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