Welch steps right up for River Hawks
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#1 Feb 28, 2010
I graduated from HHS's class of 71, the first graduating class of their previous high school, which had features then that many high schools lack today. The new school is significantly (2x) larger to meet Hudson's needs, yet its innovative design acually cuts its energy costs - half of the older school. I congratulate Tewksbury for applying "what works" to their needs, saving millions for the town, and am hpoeful that my current home town of Pelham NH will have the wisdom to make a similar smart choice for its critical need for a new HS.
#2 Feb 28, 2010
I graduated in 2003 and a home owner in Tewksbury. I agree, the school was in rough shape when I attend. Im exciting about the new building and will be voting YES on Saturday!
#3 Feb 28, 2010
Lets hope it snows saturday so the old people can't get out to vote against the new school.
#4 Mar 1, 2010
This is a great opportunity to bring our community back together. I believe that a lot of the seniors in town are supporting the new school building, because they recognize the value and the need. This is very different from a "regular" prop 2 1/2 override.
I also want to publically thank the team of residents who have tirelessly worked on this project. Many of the lead people on the team are "just residents" with no motive except to help their community. Thank you.
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