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MSBA Invites Dedham Early Childhood Education Center into Eligibility Period

“The Eligibility Period is a critical step in the MSBA’s process of evaluating potential work on the Dedham Early Childhood Education Center,” stated Executive Director McCarthy.

 

State Treasurer Steven Grossman, Chairman of the Massachusetts School Building Authority (“MSBA”), and MSBA Executive Director Jack McCarthy announced Wednesday that the MSBA Board voted to invite the Dedham Early Childhood Education Center into the MSBA’s Eligibility Period.

“I’m delighted that the MSBA Board has voted the Dedham Early Childhood Education Center into the Eligibility Period,” said Treasurer Grossman. “We look forward to working collaboratively with Dedham officials to develop the best solution to meet the town’s educational needs in a fiscally responsible manner.”

During the 270-day Eligibility Period, the MSBA will work with Dedham to determine the district’s financial and community readiness to enter the capital pipeline. The next step is for the district to complete preliminary requirements pertaining to local approval and formation of a local building committee. Upon timely and successful completion of the Eligibility Period requirements, the district becomes eligible for an invitation into the Feasibility Study phase of the capital pipeline, subject to a vote of the Board of Directors.

“The Eligibility Period is a critical step in the MSBA’s process of evaluating potential work on the Dedham Early Childhood Education Center,” stated Executive Director McCarthy. “We look forward to our continued partnership with the district as it enters the Eligibility Period.”

The MSBA partners with Massachusetts communities to support the design and construction of educationally-appropriate, flexible, sustainable and cost-effective public school facilities. Since its inception, the MSBA has made $9.5 billion in reimbursements for school construction projects. These payments have saved municipalities over $2.9 billion in avoided local interest costs and have provided much needed cash flow to communities.

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