Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals Grants Variance for the Fuller Middle School
Framingham, MA – The Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) granted a height variance for the Fuller Middle School Feasibility Study project on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. The height variance is for the design options in the Feasibility Study that the Fuller Middle School Building Committee is currently evaluating. The Committee has narrowed the design options down to four, with the final selection scheduled to be made by May 2018.
The Fuller Middle School Building Committee will be presenting a progress update to the School Committee on Wednesday April 25th at 7:00 p.m. in the Desmaris Room at King Elementary School.
About the School Building Committee
Framingham’s School Building Committee on the Fuller Middle School Building Project was formed in accordance with Massachusetts School Building Authority requirements to oversee the study and project on behalf of the community. Membership of the group comes from City Government leadership, a City Council Member, Framingham Public School leadership, School Committee Members, teachers, engineers, and representatives from the community. The SBC has met approximately every two weeks since the fall of 2017. Over the course of fifteen School Building Committee meetings, eight design options were discussed and evaluated, and several academic leadership meetings and four community forums occurred since last fall. The committee focused on the following criteria when developing the options: educational benefits, cost, minimal disruption to students during construction, sustainability, community use, and transportation.
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