FRAMINGHAM – Tuesday night October 30, the full 11-member Framingham City Council will be asked to support the new Fuller Middle School project.
Last week, the City Council’s Finance Subcommittee unanimously voted to support the appropriation.
“All members spoke of the need to pursue the project, while expressing concern about our overall need to control the tax rate,” wrote Finance Subcommittee Chair George King to his fellow City Councilors in a memo today, October 28.
Framingham is eligible for a state grant from the Massachusetts School Building Authority of $39.5 million.
Voters will have the final say on the project in a debt exclusion override vote on Dec. 11.