The Moravia school district on Wednesday night unveiled details of its 15-year $35 Million capital project plan. Increased security measures and health and safety concerns are the primary elements of the plan.
The Citizen reports Superintendent John Birmingham said the state could fund 98 percent of the project and there would be no additional tax impact on the community.
Details of the the plan will be presented to the school board when it meets on September 26. Board members will vote on the proposal that night. If it’s approved, the project will go to a taxpayer vote on Nov. 27.