MILFORD — The city’s public schools plan to spend up to $84.7 million on capital improvements over the next five years, according to the school system’s 2022-26 capital improvement plan.
The plan does not come with money and is generally used as a planning aid to anticipate the needs of the school system over the next five years, chief operating officer James Richetelli said at the board meeting this week.
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