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Newton officials unveiled the first complete picture of what a new Angier Elementary School might look like Monday night – and announced that the project, financed in part by a tax increase approved by voters in March – has come in right on target.
“We are very happy to be here tonight,” said the city’s Chief Financial Officer Maureen Lemieux at a joint meeting of the Board of Aldermen and the School Committee where completed schematic designs were revealed. “We are on budget, we are on schedule.”
The total project budget is $37.5 million, which is in line with the estimates officials have made in the past. The city is anticipating at least $10 million in aide from the state, if not more, Lemieux said.