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New vs. Renovation Analysis Report 
created by PDT (Portland Design Team) is now available.

Executive Summary of New vs. Renovation



Here you will find materials that, while a part of our pathway towards construction of a new MTA, are no longer current. This page will serve as a archive to those who are interested in how we got where we are now.

The High School Project Referendum has passed with four towns voting in favor of both questions. 



  


The results are unofficial until they are certified by the board.

Click HERE to View/Download a copy of the Cost Impact of the New High
School
  
 
Document.


INITIAL SCHEMES DOCUMENT
Click here to download a PDF copy of the initial schemes presented by Portland Design Team (PDT.)
You can share your likes and concerns via this link.


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8rQklI6lc8ybDlwQTJqNlhEQm8
EDUCATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS DOCUMENT
Click here to download a PDF copy of the Educational Specifications document. 
Using an iPad? Download the Ed. Specs. document as an iBook HERE.



Site Test Fits
Did you attend a project status meeting recently?
Now you can download a .pdf with the site test fits that were presented by Portland Design Team (PDT.)
Click HERE to Download.




Click HERE to download a .pdf of the Executive Summary of the report (778K) 18 pgs.

Click HERE to download a .pdf of the entire report. 
WARNING: Very Large File (172MB) 536 pgs.
Click the blue "Download" button that appears, and then the "Download Anyway" button that appears afterward.

Link to the DOE Major Capital School Construction Webpage


Click the thumbnail image below to view or download the Major Construction Process Flowchart
Click HERE to download a revised PDF of Unfunded Priorities for the MTA project.
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Spreadsheets of data from dots prioritizing unfunded items during August 3rd Public Forum  152k v. 1 Oct 18, 2016, 10:23 AM Ryan Palmer
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From October 16. 2014 meeting  Nov 11, 2015, 12:33 PM Ryan Palmer