Voters in the Hornell City School District approved a $32 million capital project on Tuesday.
The measure passed with 197 votes for it and 118 against.
Crossing the 62.5% threshold means that the project was able to move forward.
“I and the board of education are thrilled with the positive result in the capital project vote,” Superintendent Jeremy Palotti said. “The work planned in this project will have a direct impact on our kids and our community. The Hornell City School District is grateful for the support of the community and looks forward to moving forward on this project.”
Major improvements are coming to the intermediate school in the project.
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