Albany voters approve two school propositions

January 11, 2017 05:49 AM

ALBANY -- Voters in Albany approved two school propositions.

The first will authorize $6.5 million in renovations to the building at 50 North Lark St. It will become a new middle school starting in September.

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Proposition two allows the district to spend $4 million to buy the building it currently rents from Brighter Choice at 395 Elk St. That building will become the Alternative Learning Center.

The district says neither proposition will have any additional impact on property taxes. both passed with about 75 percent of the vote


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