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Committee members discussed the limited window of opportunity provided by the MSBA.
After roughly a year of examining various plans for a new school, the Concord Carlisle High School Building Committee is ready to recommend one and they’re presenting their case to the state. Committee members urge, though, that the town must act now to procure proper funding. The committee first submitted preliminary plans to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) in April before issuing a Preferred Schematic Report on Thursday, which recommends plan 14C. With an estimated 240,601 sq. ft., option 14C (pictured at right) includes a new base building with a new, separate and disconnected building that would house the alternative health and physical education wing, team rooms and other physical education spaces. The base …