Town Calls Latest High School Appeal 'Without Merit'
In a statement, officials said they remain confident that the latest, and final, appeal will be ruled in the town's favor.
Editor's Note: The following is the official statement from the town about the Wilmington High School project, which was officially taken to court late last week.
The town was served to Superior Court, and is currently looking into whether abutter Gerry O'Reilly and his attorney filed by November 21 deadline. To find all of Patch's coverage on the high school appeals in one place, visit our link to the new high school topic page.
Here is the town's official statement:
"Mr. O’Reilly has filed an appeal to Superior Court relative to the Final Order of Conditions issued by DEP. The Town is reviewing the complaint with counsel, and we will continue to do everything within our power to move the construction of the new high school forward, and to minimize the delay and associated costs caused by the appeal. The Town believes that the appellant’s claims are without merit, and we remain eminently confident that DEP’s decision will stand."