- November 12, 2022
- Posted by: Bastion team
- Category: World News
STAMFORD — The Stamford Board of Finance chair was flabbergasted to learn this week that a project to replace science labs at Stamford High School wouldn’t use a state grants to help pay for it because officials wanted the work done right after school ends for the year and there wasn’t enough time to apply for it.
Board chairman Richard Freedman did the math. The city could get roughly $1.5 million of the project funded through the state.