TORRINGTON — The school’s building committee and its team of architects and engineers are preparing to formally present the $159 million project, which was approved by voters in November 2020, to the Planning and zoning in March.
The Glastonbury-based SLAM Collaboration lodged the application with the Land Use Office in early February, which includes an exceptional use permit and site plans for the new build.
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