WESTFORD -- The Nashoba Valley Technical High School Committee learned from Equipment and Facilities subcommittee member Al Buckley that construction of the school's new sports complex continues on schedule.
Land for the new sports field was cleared with stump removal and rock-crushing operations ongoing. In addition, lights had been installed as well as stadium seating donated to the school through the University of Lowell. The complex is to include a six-lane running track, a synthetic turf, a prepared practice field area, and eventually, four new tennis courts. The cost of the project has been estimated at between $1.5 million and $2 million.
"It's moving along," said Buckley noting that the work is on target for a May open house.
-- Pierre Comtois