Newfield School Voters Approve Revised Capital Project
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Newfield School Voters Approve Revised Capital Project
Voters in the Newfield Central School District have passed a half million dollar capital project to replace heating and cooling systems in district buildings.
The capital project vote passed 94-70 Tuesday, it allows the Newfield district to borrow $500,000 to install a new heating and cooling system. The public referendum came after bids for the work were higher than expected.
The work is part of a summer building project that includes renovations to elementary and high school offices and the middle school roof, all of which are already under way and will be paid for with District reserves.
The total project cost has been revised to $1.7 million.
The district estimates that the cost to taxpayers will be minimal, with the owner of a $100,000 property seeing an increase in their tax bill of $1.40 per year with the STAR exemption, or $2 annually without the STAR exemption.
Internet Explorer Users Click Here To See What's On-Air
Contest Rules
Contact Us
Copyright 2014. Eves Broadcasting Inc.
Site Designed and Maintained by MME
Local News
Submit A News Photo Or Video
Help us out! If you see news take a picture and or video and submit it here!
'Like' Us On Facebook
Music News
On-Air Now
Listen Live With Our App