Vote delayed on North Stonington school project; alternatives limited

With the fate of the school building project up in the air and the town forced to send the project vote to a referendum at a later date, the path forward is murky and residents may be faced with the possibility of having no schools at all. The $38.5 million school building project, of which taxpayers will be responsible for paying about $21 million due to reimbursement from the state, is intended to improve facilities and address serious maintenance issues in the district’s aging buildings.

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