Friday, June 16, 2006
Katherine Craven, the executive director of the state's School Building Authority, stopped by our bureau in Framingham yesterday to shop new regulations that have been proposed for school building projects across the state.
The idea, she told us, is to make school construction more manageable and efficient. The state issued a moratorium on school projects three years ago, and the SBA has been working on the new regulations for the past couple of years.
Many school districts, including Milford, are already queueing up to take advantage of the new program, which is expected to go into effect over the next year.