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Ribbon cut on Uxbridge High School

August 20, 2012

UXBRIDGE — Town and state leaders joined hundreds of residents here Monday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly constructed Uxbridge High School.
The ribbon cutting was followed by a five-hour open house and tours of the new school, located at 300 Quaker Highway.
The new state-of-the-art school arrives two years after Town Meeting voters approved a Proposition 2 1/2 override debt exclusion to pay for the $43 million facility. The state School Building Authority has agreed to reimburse the town up to 56 percent of the cost, essentially giving the town a $43 million school for about $23 million.

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