Details of the Auburn School District’s multi-million dollar capital project were unveiled at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
Increased security and health and safety are the priority items in the $43.5 million proposal, which Superintendent Jeff Pirozzolo says is the largest capital project plan in recent memory.
Pirozzolo tells Finger Lakes News Radio part of the two-phase proposal focuses on infrastructure upgrades.
The majority of the plan includes new security measures and air conditioning in the hottest areas of school buildings.
Pirozzolo adds the state will fund 85% of the plan if it is approved. More details will be revealed before the school board votes on the plan on September 25. If they vote yes, residents in the district will likely vote on the project early next year.