GREENE – Yesterday the residents of Greene school district voted on the Greene Central School District’s proposed 2019 Capital Project.
The referendum was passed with a 76 percent approval, the vote tally was 116 in favor and 37 against, according to the school.
Superintendent Tim Calice. said the project has a budget set for $15 million dollars, however it will have no additional tax impact on residents of the district. $1.5 million of the budget will come from the capital reserve, while the other $13.5 million will come from New York State building aid.
The project plan includes school facility improvements as well as building and grounds maintenance. Starting in the summer of 2020, improvements will start with pavement reconstruction, concrete walk replacement, and some interior work according to Calice. Then, in the Spring of 2021, the schools will begin receiving more major upgrades.