Landslide victory for Wilmington’s new high school

On Tuesday, December 5th, Wilmington voted overwhelmingly to build a new high school.  75% of the voters voted in favor of the 2 1/2 override.  The new high school is expected to cost $82.6 million.  Of the $82.6 million, the state will pay $37.99 million and the town will be responsible for the remaining $44.19 million.

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