COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Voters in the Cooperstown Central School district approved the capital project.
The project will cost $5 million, which the superintendent says would not cost taxpayers any additional money.
Proposed work includes renovating the gym in the elementary school, revamping the library-media center in the junior-senior high school and updating the athletic fields.
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