LYNDONVILLE — A groundbreaking was conducted Wednesday for the second phase of Lyndonville Central School’s capital project.
The total cost of the project — which was approved in 2017 — is $10.7 million, and the first phase had included the roof and new lighting in the gym.
Superintendent Jason Smith said phase two is the most visible part of the project.
The school will be putting air conditioning on its campus — about 95 percent of the school will be air conditioned.
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