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But one reader wants to know. If the school is being appealed, why are town employees working on the grounds?
"Do you know why the town workers were digging up the sidewalk and grass at the High School on the Adams Street side (on Wednesday)?," the reader asked. "I thought work could not be done on the site due to appeals"
Town Manager Michael Caira offered up the answer to this question on Friday, and said the work is unrelated to the new school.
"The School Department requested that the town provide additional parking spaces in that area to better accommodate staff needing closer access to the school," said Caira. "This will serve as temporary parking until the new school is in operation. It is not related to the school construction project."
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