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U-E Voters Approve $14.2 Million Capital Improvement Plan

By Jason Weinstein.
Voters in the Union-Endicott School District have passed a $14.2 million dollar capital improvement project.

The plan will address a number of projects in the district's four elementary schools and the high school. The district says it timed the project to allow for “no tax impact” on the community. It says retiring prior capital debt, combined with state building aid, Smart Schools Bond Act funds and the use of capital reserves will fund the improvements.

“We are working to ensure that all of our facilities are both up-to-date in terms of required maintenance, required safety; but also, moving our facilities forward in terms of modernizing them in order to best meet the academic needs of our students,” said Union-Endicott Superintendent Suzanne McLeod.

Voters also approved a plan to create a new capital reserve for the district.