Warwick Valley Central School District residents approved a $10.8 million capital project today to make repairs and improvements at each of the District’s four schools. Voters approved the project with a preliminary tally of 582 to 160.
The capital project is designed to have no financial impact on Warwick school taxpayers by taking advantage of aid that New York State offers to encourage communities to maintain their schools.
“We’re thankful to our residents who came out to vote,” said Warwick Superintendent Dr. David Leach. “New York State aid, along with the funds we’ve set aside in our capital reserve, eliminates any additional costs to taxpayers for this proposed capital project.”
The work is expected to begin during the summer of 2018.