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All four communities signed off on the new Diman. Here's what's next for the project.
With Swansea’s recent Town Meeting voting unanimously to approve their share of the project to construct a new building for Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, all four sending communities have signed off on the project ahead of the May 20 deadline to do so. (6/8/22)
Fall River City Council approves plan for $293 million Diman project - here's what comes next
The City Council signed off on Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School’s plan to construct a new building, moving the $293 million project closer to final approval. “They do a phenomenal job with what they have now. Imagine what they could do with a new state-of-the-art facility,” said councilor Joseph Camara. (2/28/22)
Somerset Special Town Meeting approves plan for a new Diman building
A Special Town Meeting on Monday night approved the plan for Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School to construct a new building, allowing the project to move on to the next phase. “It feels amazing to be another step closer to where we want to be,” said Elvio Ferreira, Superintendent of Diman’s school district. (2/15/22)
The new Diman has state funding. Next, Greater Fall River residents will get to weigh in.
Now that Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School has secured state funding for a new building, proponents are stepping up their efforts to encourage residents to support the project. “They have now made the cut,” said Sally Cameron, who’s working with a private outreach committee that formed to garner local support for the project. (2/8/22)
State grants Fall River's Diman Voc-Tec $145 million in funding for new school
Diman crossed an important threshold in its effort to replace its current school building, with an announcement that it had secured more than $145 million in state funding for the project. (12/18/21)
Diman moving forward with plans for new building — here's what it will look like
Diman is moving ahead with plans for a new building, submitting plans to the state for a four-story building that would increase the school’s square footage by more than 50%. (11/1/21)