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Voters in Waterloo CSD will decide on $23M capital project today

How much spending should happen during a pandemic when future district funding is a relative unknown?

That’s the question voters in the Waterloo Central School District will wrestle with on Tuesday as they set out to vote on a $23 million capital project to upgrade school facilities.

Voting begins at 12 p.m. and runs through 8 p.m.


There are two major components to the plan. First, upgrades and reconfiguration of the bus loop at the high school, a new roof on the high school, drainage and infrastructure improvements on some of the school grounds, and updates to specialty classrooms in the middle- and high school.

The cost of that part of the project is estimated at $19 million.

The second component includes new lights and upgrades to athletic fields.

Altogether 82% would be paid for by state aid – assuming it holds true in future years – and supplemented by the capital reserve fund.

Officials contend despite the uncertainty there would be no impact on taxpayers.



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