Mt. Abe seeks input on building repairs pegged at millions of dollars

BRISTOL — An architect/design firm has presented the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union School Board with three options for updating the 40-year old Mount Abraham Union Middle/High School building that are estimated to range in cost from $11.6 million to $26.9 million.
The board is seeking members of the public to serve on a committee that would investigate the options.
The ANeSU board listened to a building improvement feasibility study it commissioned at their Oct. 1 meeting. The study, by architecture firm Dore and Whittier, was presented as a slideshow to the board and discussed different options by which the building facilities could be improved.
ANeSU Superintendent David Adams stressed that t

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