Few speak at hearing on OCSD capital project

OSWEGO — Six people attended the Oswego School District’s $60 million capital project hearing Tuesday evening, and of that number only two people spoke out and asked questions to the board officials.

The district Board of Education has already approved the proposal and the public vote for the project is March 6. A 60 percent approval rate is needed in order to move forward in getting approved by the State Education Department before breaking ground.

Oswego Superintendent Dean Goewey led out in an informative presentation, listing the improvements and facility upgrades along with pictures and the impact it would have on local taxpayers.

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