SANDY CREEK — Voters from the Sandy Creek Central School District approved a more than $25 million capital project Tuesday.
Unofficially, of the 307 votes cast, 236 residents voted in favor of the project while 72 voted against, resulting in a 76.87 percent acceptance. The project’s total anticipated cost is $25,118,000.
“We were very excited with the support from the community,” said Sandy Creek Superintendent Kyle Faulkner. “We’re very happy they rallied around the idea that was heavily focused on school safety and security.”