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Make-or-break vote for a new Minuteman High School

Boston Globe 9/16/16: Make-or-break vote for a new Minuteman High School. The fate of a new school for the Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School district will be decided by voters in 16 communities on Tuesday. Residents in Acton, Arlington, Belmont, Bolton, Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Dover, Lancaster, Lexington, Lincoln, Needham, Stow, Sudbury, Wayland, Weston will head to the polls between noon and 8 p.m. to vote on a plan to borrow funds for a new $145 million Minuteman High School.

Vocational school has one last chance to save $145m project

Boston Globe 7/3/16: Vocational school has one last chance to save $145m project. Residents in 16 communities will take one final vote this fall to decide the fate of a new $145 million building for Minuteman High School. After failing to win support for the project from all district members at individual Town Meetings in the spring – Belmont rejected the vocational school’s plan — officials say this vote is the last resort toward saving a $44 million state grant. Boxborough, Carlisle, Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland, and Weston voted earlier this year to withdraw from the Minuteman district as of July 1, 2017 but residents in those communities will still vote in September.

Commissioner of Education decides on Minuteman agreement

Wayland Town Crier 3/11/16: Commissioner of Education decides on Minuteman agreement. Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education approved the new regional agreement for the Minuteman Regional School District. The agreement will take effect July 1, 2017, which includes the withdrawal of six of the 16 member towns.

Six towns vote to leave Minuteman High district

Boston Globe 3/4/16: Six towns vote to leave Minuteman High district. All 16 towns in the Minuteman High School district have approved a new regional agreement paving the way for a new building project to move forward, but six of those communities also decided to withdraw from the region as of July 2017. Boxborough, Carlisle, Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland, and Weston voted to leave the vocational-technical school district; Dover considered withdrawing but will remain.

Wayland Town Meeting votes to leave Minuteman district

Wayland Town Crier 2/11/16: Wayland Town Meeting votes to leave Minuteman district. Wayland voters quickly decided to withdraw from the Minuteman School district at special Town Meeting on Thursday night, before taking an hour to turn down a citizens’ petition regarding the speed limit on certain town roads.

Minuteman gets final go-ahead from MSBA, moves to seeking funding

Wayland Town Crier 1/27/16: Minuteman gets final go-ahead from MSBA, moves to seeking funding. Massachusetts School Building Authority gave the final go ahead to the Minuteman Regional High School building project during a meeting on Jan. 27. The go-ahead vote from the MSBA Board of Directors moves the project into the phase in which school district leaders need to begin seeking funding from the member towns.

Regional School District, Safety of Town Roads Up for Votes at Special Town Meeting

Wayland Patch 1/25/16: Regional School District, Safety of Town Roads Up for Votes at Special Town Meeting. Wayland will hold a Special Town Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 11, to vote on three warrant articles, two of which are related to the town’s relationship with the Minuteman Regional Vocational School District.

Wayland Town Meeting meeting has previously voted to withdraw from the Minuteman Regional Vocational School District, but that vote has been overridden because some of the other member towns have voted against allowing that withdrawal, according to a FAQ posted on the Town of Wayland website.

The full Warrant is available online.