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Decas Primary school

John W. Decas Elementary School will receive around $1,634,125 for a partial roof reparation and boiler replacement from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) Accelerated Repair Projects.

State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg, Chair of the MSBA, and Maureen G. Valente, MSBA Chief Executive Officer, revealed yesterday that the MSBA Board of Directors has actually authorized $27,285,685 for 13 Accelerated Repair Projects in 7 school districts.

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The total of the grant presented to Decas might not necessarily be needed, said Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Shaver-Hood. According to Financial Manager Michael MacMillan, the MSBA will provide up to $1.6 million of the total approximated budget plan for the task, $2,442,181. MSBA will compensate the school 70.1 % of total project expenses, but the school will need to front the entire cost initially.