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November 12, 2013

Pentucket sheds last of its debt woes

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He said that sound fiscal practices since 2006 helped to make the case that Pentucket is now able to manage its resources responsibly. He pointed to the most recent budget process as an example of how the district is committed to “living within its means while also expanding opportunities for students.“

“Our zero-based budget process repositions existing resources to support the district’s World Class future,” Mulqueen said.

The School Committee is in the final stage of planning for a multi-million dollar renovation of the athletic complex, which is expected to break ground in early spring and be completed by the fall 2014.

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