From The Boston Globe: An $86 million proposal to construct a middle school and renovate the aging high school in Rockland, Mass., has won unanimous support at a special town meeting. The real test will come when voters decide by ballot whether they want to raise their property taxes for 25 years to cover the cost. The building project has already secured a commitment from the state’s School Building Authority to reimburse 64 percent of the cost. That represents $53 million for this project.