Clinton Central School District residents voted to approve an $18 million capital improvement project last week.
The project passed 258-46.
The project will address the District’s most pressing facility needs. This includes infrastructure updates, such as the replacement of boilers and roofs, space renovations to school libraries and elementary kitchen, and sitework throughout the campus, including a new elementary playground and installation of a multi-purpose turf field.
CCS Superintendent Christopher Clancy said, “On behalf of the Board of Education, I would like to thank everyone who voted today, and for the support of this project. The work included in this project will help us maintain our outstanding facilities, and will provide new and exciting opportunities to our students.”