Manchester voters approve $47 million school modernization project

The approved bonding will pay for “like new” renovations and expansions at Buckley, Bowers, and Keeney elementary schools and the beginning of efforts to renovate three other school buildings that are closed or will be closed for other uses. The total cost will be $93 million, and local taxpayers will be responsible for $47 million after state reimbursement. Bowers, Buckley and Keeney schools will be renovated and enlarged to accommodate 400 students each. The work will cost $81 million, officials have said.

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