Staff members of the medical developer whose $12.5 million bid for the Number Six School was accepted by the Lawrence Board of Education will be on hand Wednesday night to answer questions about its proposed medical facility.
The project’s architect, engineers, traffic experts, principals and others will address the public at Lawrence Middle School at 7 p.m.
Members of the Community Coalition of the Five Towns, a group that formed to oppose the project, are expected to be in attendance as well.
For all the information that has been released about the project thus far, check out Patch's previous stories:
- Lawrence School Board Accepts Developer's Bid for No. 6 School
- Medical Developer Plans to Have 60 Doctors at No. 6 Site
- Local Doctors to Play into Proposed Mt. Sinai Facility
- Highest Bid for No. 6 School Turned Down by Board Committee