How will construction vehicles enter and exit the site?

Construction vehicles will approach the site from the north and will enter through a new temporary construction driveway to be built on the northern side of West Elementary on Beacon Street. They will exit from the same driveway and proceed to the north. The travel route to the site will be via Rte. 495, to Route 28, to Mt. Vernon Street, to Beacon Street, and reverse upon exiting the site.

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1. What will the new West El/Shawsheen Preschool look like and where will it be located?
2. How will the educational environment be improved at the new West El?
3. How will the educational environment be improved at the new Shawsheen preschool?
4. When will construction activities begin?
5. How will traffic circulation change during construction?
6. How will construction vehicles enter and exit the site?
7. How will people be notified of changes in traffic circulation?
8. What will the project work hours be?
9. Will play areas be relocated during construction?
10. What will happen to the playing fields behind the current West El?
11. Will there be other impacts on students’ learning environment during construction?
12. When will the new schools open?
13. What are the next steps in the MSBA process/timeline?
14. What is the project budget and what is being done to ensure that there are no cost overruns?
15. What will the tax impact be of the new West El/Shawsheen Preschool?
16. Will the project involve redistricting and, if so, when will that occur?
17. What will happen to the existing West El facility?
18. What will happen to the existing Shawsheen facility?
19. Who are the project contractors?
20. Who serves on the West Elementary/Shawsheen School Building Committee?
21. How can I get more information about the project?