Guilderland residents voting on $42.7 million to upgrade aging school buildings

October 16, 2018 12:55 PM

It's not election day yet, but residents in the Guilderland School District are heading to the polls Tuesday. They're deciding on a $42.7 million Capital Construction project.

The money would be used for upgrades to aging infrastructure in the district's seven school buildings and improvements for safety, security and technology systems district-wide.

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Polls are open in the district elementary schools until 9 p.m.


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