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A run for the money

Districts competing for state funds for school building projects will be facing a taller hurdle: As state officials try to control the reins on spending, they vow to apply greater scrutiny of local plans and decisions.



By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / August 5, 2007

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The Carlisle School has been in its current location in some form or another for at least 150 years, so it's no surprise that school officials have concerns about the condition of some of the facilities on the campus. (Full article: 1264 words)

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