Created: February 24, 2021 01:14 PM
Voters in the Hudson Falls Central School District approved a $16 million building project.
The plan calls for upgrading safety and code requirements in the buildings, replacing old roofs, and modernizing the library and auditorium.
The three-phase project will be spread out across five years.
Just under 90% of the cost is paid for by the state of New York. District taxpayers will pay the other 11%.
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