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Tensions rise over Newton school's cost

Facility's price balloons to $186m

The cost of Newton North High School, a model of which is seen here, has jumped from $141 million a year ago to $186 million. The cost of Newton North High School, a model of which is seen here, has jumped from $141 million a year ago to $186 million. (CITY OF NEWTON)
By Rachana Rathi
Globe Staff / January 18, 2008

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Just a year ago, it was supposed to be $141 million, a figure that would have made the proposed Newton North High School the most expensive school ever built in the state. Then, it went up to $154 million. Then, $171 million. (Full article: 907 words)

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