Residents of the Naples Central School District will vote today on a possible 2.35-MILLION dollar increase to the 7.7-MILLION dollar capital project approved back in May of last year.
The project is being completed in two phases and its the second phase of the project that has still not received a final okay from the state education department. Some of the highlights of the project include the acquisition of land for a new bus garage, the demolition of the old garage, a new bus loop and new parking layout.
The purpose of the September 11th vote is to cover phase two construction costs that have significantly increased since the project was initially approved. The capital project is being paid for with a combination of state building aid and district capital reserve funds.
Voting takes place from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. in the Naples High School Library.