Voters Support School Projects in Two DistrictsWednesday, December 21, 2011
Congratulations go out to two of HUNTís K-12 clients who completed successful building referendum votes this month.
The Alfred-Almond Central School District passed a referendum for a $5.5 million capital project that includes renovations to the library/media center and business offices, creation of a new fitness center for students and community residents, a new six-lane running track, and asbestos removal in several locations. The vote passed by a 203-103 margin.
Shortly thereafter, the Watkins Glen Central School District also had a convincing win in its referendum vote, with a 408-204 margin for a $24.6 million project that will include closing the Middle School and expanding and renovating the high school/elementary school complex to accommodate the additional students.