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King Philip Superintendent: Granite sign purchase not set in stone

Posted by Ralph Ranalli September 13, 2007 02:05 PM

WRENTHAM

The purchase of a $35,000 granite sign bearing the name of King Philip Regional High School will be delayed until officials are sure the high school reconstruction project will come in under its $55 million budget, Superintendent Richard Robbat said.

Robbat said some other project items, including a divider for the gymnasium and some plantings, would also be delayed until officials were certain they had the money for them.

-- Calvin Hennick

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