Every week we set out to answer a question submitted by one of our readers as part of our column.
On Friday, we received an email from a local resident who wanted to know when was going to be torn down so they could make sure they were there with their camera.
At a Board of Selectmen's meeting at Wednesday night, Town Administrator Jeff Chelgren said blasting is scheduled begin at the site on July 24 and demolition will commence on Aug. 6.
Workers at the site Tuesday afternoon were still completing asbestos abatement on the interior of the building and were removing caulking and other material from the windows, Erekson said.
The total budget for the building project is estimated to be $25 million and the state's School Building Authority will contribute 40 percent of the eligible costs for a total grant of $10 million.
The new Glover will be 79,108-square-feet and will be built on the same site that the school currently occupies.
The new school is expected to combine the student population of both Glover Elementary and and will serve 425 students from kindergarten through the third grade.
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