WILTON, Conn. – The committee overseeing the renovations of Wilton's Miller-Driscoll School said the project could cost significantly less than expected, the Wilton Bulletin reported.
The cost was originally set at $50 million, the Bulletin said. But with savings, items coming under budget and state reimbursements, the revised estimate came to a total of $38 million, the Wilton Bulletin reported.
The bid contracts now go to First Selectman Bill Brennan and the rest of the board, the Bulletin said.
Read the full story in the Wilton Bulletin.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.