Residents Appointed to New Architecture Committee, Will Advise on New High School

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Ai3 Architects A rendering of what the new Watertown High School could look like. The view is from Common Street.

A group of Watertown residents has been appointed to advise designers of the new Watertown High School.

Town Council President Mark Sideris announced the creation of the new Architecture Committee of the School Building Committee, which will be chaired by Leo Patterson, an architect and member of the School Building Committee. Sideris, who chairs the School Building Committee, sent out the following announcement:

I am pleased to say that we had a number of residents apply to be on this committee. All of them had excellent qualifications and I wish they could all have served on the committee.

The committee will consist of the following members:

Leo Patterson, Chair
Mazen Sakr
Carolyn Day
Gretchen Neeley
Gary Brock

I am sure that with their help in working with Ai3, Compass, and the Building Committee we will be able to produce a great design for our new Watertown High School.

Mark Sideris
Chair School Building Committee

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