Tisbury Takes First Steps to Launch School Project
The select board and school committee took a first step this week toward launching the $55 million renovation and addition project.
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Tisbury Approves $55 Million School Project by a Landslide
Tisbury voters finally said yes to a new school at their annual town election Tuesday, approving a $55 million renovation plan by a landslide and capping years of debate and anguish.
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Tisbury Voters Turn Out in Steady Numbers to Decide Pivotal School Question
Tisbury voters headed to the polls in steady numbers Tuesday to make a final decision on the $55 million school renovation that has been a magnet for debate in the Island’s main port town. Polls are open at the town Emergency Services Facility until 8 p.m. Masks are required.
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Second Hurdle for Tisbury School Project Looms Large
Tisbury voters head to the polls Tuesday for the second time in three years to determine the fate of a $55 million renovation and overhaul of their town school. Early voting was Thursday.
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Tisbury Voters Stand Strongly Behind New School Project, 237-5
Tisbury voters threw their overwhelming support behind a $55 million school renovation and addition project at a special town meeting Sunday afternoon, clearing the first of two hurdles needed.
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New Drawings Released for Tisbury School
The Tisbury School Building Committee will review new, more detailed designs for the school at the committee's next meeting Monday.
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Tisbury Eyes Construction Manager for School Project
The school building committee has ranked its top three candidates for the role of construction manager at risk, naming W.T. Rich of Newton as first choice.
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Tisbury School Building Questions Answered on Zoom
Tisbury School building committee chair Harold Chapdelaine hosts a series of Zoom presentations, including two this month with the project architect.
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Tisbury Confirms Override for School, Sets Early Voting Day
The select board and school committee voted unanimously this week to seek voter approval of a Proposition 2 1/2 override for up to $55 million to renovate the historic town school.
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Tisbury School Borrowing Plan Takes Shape
Louisa Hufstader
Tisbury voters are likely to be asked in June to approve $55 million in long-term bond debt to renovate, expand and modernize the town’s 90-year-old school building.
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