Yahoo! News reports that voters in Newtown recently voted to accept a $49.3 million state grant to have the old school building demolished and a new school erected in its place.
Reports indicate that contractors that work at the site will be forced to sign confidentiality agreements, and guards will be on the scene to keep anyone from removing any of the building debris, as well as to stop anyone from taking photos or video of the demolition. Once the structure is down, every piece of the building will be pulverized and melted down.
Officials say they are taking these extra precautions prevent anyone from exploiting any remnants of the building.
On Dec. 15, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza allegedly entered the Sandy Hook Elementary School and opened fire. Police say Lanza killed 20 children and six adults before killing himself.
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