Voters will decide whether to approve or reject a proposed capital project in the Herkimer Central School District Tuesday.
On the table is a $16.7 million capital project to replace heating and cooling systems, enhance student and community safety, and make much-needed improvements at both school buildings.
Although local taxes will help pay for the proposed project, there is no tax hike.
If approved, the district would solicit bids for work slated to begin in the summer of 2020. The construction would be done in two phases.
Polls are open from 1 p.m. until 9 p.m. at in the Herkimer Junior/Senior High School library.
For a full breakdown of the project, head to the district's website.
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