The Auburn School District’s $43.7 Million capital project is headed to the voters. The school board on Tuesday night unanimously approved the two phase plan without discussion.
Speaking on Wednesday’s Finger Lakes Morning News, School District Superintendent Jeff Pirozzolo explained why the vote will be held on January 8.
The plan includes infrastructure and security upgrades and air conditioning in classrooms. If it is approved by voters on January 8, it would result in a 1.98-percent tax levy increase through the year 2025, with the district paying 15 cents for every dollar spent.