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Dedham OK’s tax hike to build new school

In Dedham, the 88-year-old Avery Elementary School (right) - listed in 2007 as among the 67 worst school buildings in Massachusetts - will be replaced with a three-story, 61,000-square-foot building (above). The project will cost $23 million. In Dedham, the 88-year-old Avery Elementary School (right) - listed in 2007 as among the 67 worst school buildings in Massachusetts - will be replaced with a three-story, 61,000-square-foot building (above). The project will cost $23 million.
By Michele Morgan Bolton
Globe Correspondent / January 24, 2010

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Students, staff, and teachers at the Avery Elementary School were jubilant a day after voters in Dedham enthusiastically agreed to fund construction of a new school and renovations to the Stone Park athletic complex at the high school, which will be part of the same campus. (Full article: 441 words)

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