Residents Reject Warwick School District’s Capital Project  

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Warwick residents went to the polls on Wed., Dec. 18 and voted down the Warwick Valley Central School District’s proposed $14.9 million capital improvement project. The results are 1,363 no votes, while 769 voted yes.   The proposal carried no additional tax burden for residents and had it passed would fund  projects prioritized by the Board of Education, including infrastructure improvements at three of the district’s schools, the renovation of the high school auditorium and the modernization of athletic facilities.

“The final approval of any capital project rest with the district voters,” said Sharon Davis, Board of Education President.   “The Board thanks all those who exercised their civic duty and voted today.”

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