If voters green light a 13.9 million dollar capital improvement project for the Seneca Falls School system Tuesday, the district will not have to raise property taxes. 83 percent of the cost will be covered by state aid and School Supt. Bob McKevney says they already have the rest in a reserve fund.
The plans call for building a transportation center plus redesigning science classroom and gym and lockers at the Mynderse Academy. Voting takes place from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the front lobby of Mynderse Academy (105 Troy Street)