Belleville-Henderson Seeks Voter Approval For Capital Project

Belleville-Henderson Seeks Voter Approval For Capital Project

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Voters in the Belleville-Henderson Central School District are being asked to approve a $2.75 million capital project.

The vote will be held Thursday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the school's foyer.

If approved, the money would be used to improve the K-12 building and the bus garage facilities.

The work would include varsity field and classroom ventilation upgrades as well as gym bleacher and bus garage roof replacements.

Superintendent Jane Collins said the state would cover $1.8 million of the costs over 15 years. The rest of the money would come from the district's fund balance and capital reserves.

Voters will also be asked to approve the establishment of a fund for future capital projects.

Collins said the vote will take place Thursday even if the district cancels class due to snow.

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