LE ROY — Residents of the Le Roy Central School District approved one of two proposed capital projects on Wednesday.
A $12.1 million asset preservation project involving work at all school buildings was approved with a vote of 583 in favor and 347 against.
A second proposition, a $4.2 million project that included a multi-use turf field at the existing soccer field, failed with 566 votes against the project and 362 votes for the project.
Proposition one, with a cost of $12,131,596, will include work at a half-dozen district buildings and Woodward Memorial Library. The project has an average annual tax increase of 83 cents on a home with a STAR exemption and an assessed value of $100,000.
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