Next Tuesday Seneca Falls School District voters decide on a 13.9 million dollar capital improvement project. School Supt. Bob McKevney points out they will not have to raise property taxes to cover the cost. They have 2.4 million set aside in a reserve fund and then the rest of the cost will be covered by state aid.
The project includes a new transportation center to house the districts buses, redesigning the Mynderse Academy science classrooms and gym and easing traffic congestion at the Cady Stanton School .