Tour Belmont High School At Building Committee’s Engagement Meeting

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How long has it been since you’ve been inside Belmont High? Last week? Not since your youngest has gone off to college? How about never?

Saturday morning is your chance to take a facility tour as part of the Belmont High School Building Committee‘s Community Engagement Meeting set for Saturday, Oct. 28, at 10 a.m. at the High School’s auditorium, 221 Concord Ave. The tour of the school will take place at 9 a.m.

The tour will allow residents to see the condition of the nearly 50-year-old building and what a new/renovated school will provide staff, students, and the public.

The agenda for the committee’s first weekend public meeting is:

  • High School Building Project Updates
  • District Alternative Solutions
  • Existing Conditions and Space Summary
  • Traffic Update
  • Exploring Site Options
  • Questions & Comments

The next Community Meeting will be Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. at Belmont High School with optional facility tours starting at 6 p.m.

The committee also has an online Community Input Survey at:

www.belmonthighschoolproject.org

To sign up for email updates and to learn more about the Belmont High School Building Project, including project timelines, videos, meeting schedules, presentations, and more, visit www.belmonthighschoolproject.org. Questions? BHS-BC@belmont-ma.gov 

Questions can be sent to BHS-BC@belmont-ma.gov 

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  1. G says

    The proposed 7-12 school is 451,575 gross square feet. Therefore, it is costing $686.49/GSF to build on existing town land. In contrast, 100 Northern Ave was built in the Seaport at a cost of $581/square foot and recently sold at $866/square foot, which is one of the highest sale prices in Boston. These numbers include the cost of waterfront property in the Seaport for a brand new LEED Silver certified building. The town already owns the land. Something seems wrong here…

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