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Below you will find links to various media sources covering the building of a new David Mindess school.

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December 17, 2017 Ashland school on road to replacement The Massachusetts School Building Authority has accepted Mindess into the first phase of its grant program, known as the eligibility period. If the district is able to move successfully through all the program’s phases, called the MSBA Capital Pipeline, the state could pay for a significant chunk of replacing the [Mindess] school. MetroWest Daily News 
May 3, 2018 Ashland TM OKs $1M for school feasibility study The David Mindess Elementary School was accepted into a preliminary state funding pipeline late last year. Should the town complete several required steps, the state will reimburse a significant chunk of the cost of either replacing or renovating the 65-year-old school. Wednesday’s approval, which required a two-thirds vote, was one of those requirements. The vote was for a debt exclusion to fund a $1 million feasibility study for the school. The study will begin next year, and could take 18 to 24 months to complete, school officials said. Working with the state, the study will result in options for Mindess’ future and estimated associated costs. MetroWest Daily News 
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