Cooperstown Central School Superintendent William Crankshaw continued to make the case for the community to pass a capital project totaling an estimated $5.163 million at a information session Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the middle/high school at 39 Linden Avenue in the town of Otsego.
Crankshaw said the project was designed to have “no added tax imposition and to keep our debt loan consistent, as well.”
About 25 people attended the 30-minute information session in the school cafeteria. They asked no questions, but seemed interested in Crankshaw’s slide presentation, which gave lengthy details on the parts of the project.
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