All four towns in the Nauset School District voted to continue with the high school renovation despite its $38.1 million cost increase.
Orleans voters! All four towns in the Nauset School District are voting today on whether or not to proceed with the high school renovation project, given the $38.1 million cost increase. On a second ballot, Orleans voters are asked to approve a debt exclusion for its share of the
The Nauset High renovation was approved in 2021 and is underway, but cost increases have driven up the price. All four towns in the Nauset School District will vote separately tomorrow on whether to continue renovating, given the $38.1 million increase.
Issue No. 14 — with so many crucial decisions ahead for Orleans voters, EXIT 89 takes a look at the Town Manager search, the Fire Station stalemate, the Nauset Building Project increases, the Governor Prence properties, Community Center study and short-term rental registration
Orleans first responders are on the ballot tomorrow. There are six general override questions that need to pass in order to fully fund the new Police and Firefighters three-year contracts that were approved at Special Town Meeting [https://www.exit89.org/preview-of-special-town-meeting-october-17-2022/] on October 17. Doors will be open for