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Dryden Capital Project Vote Coming Tuesday

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The Dryden Central School District votes tomorrow (Apr 5) (7a-9p) at the high school auditorium, on a $12-million capital improvement project, which the district says will have no additional tax impact for residents.











The money’s for roof and window replacements, parking lot repairs, fire alarm system upgrades, and improved handicap accessibility.

District officials say the project is covered by leveraging New York State Building Aid, managing debt service payments, and using the district’s existing capital reserve funds.





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