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The Special Town Elections in both Concord and Carlisle approved the debt exclusion for the $92.5 million construction project yesterday.
Polls closed at 8 p.m. last night, and by 8:30 Concord's preliminary results showed the project passed with an 84-percent affirmative vote.
At 9:15 p.m., Carlisle announced a final tally of 965 "Yes" votes and 184 "No" votes.
The project passed at last week's by approximately 80-percent, and was passed the following night at 494-14.
A total of 4,234 Concordians, or 34.6-percent of registered voters in town, went to the polls yesterday to cast their ballots. In Carlisle 1,150 voters, or a similar 34.1-percent, came out.
The approval means the Concord Carlisle Regional School District may proceed with the building of a new high school. The Massachusetts School Building Authority has pledged a $28 million reimbursement grant to the project, meaning Concord is responsible for $47.1 million and Carlisle is responsible for $17.4 million of the project.
According to the CCHS Building Committee, construction and bid documents are expected to be prepared in winter 2012; construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2013; the building is expected to be ready for occupancy in 2015.