Fort Plain voters passed a proposed capital project on Tuesday by a margin of 83 yes votes to 15 no votes.
“The Fort Plain Community has once again demonstrated its strong support for our schools by approving the proposed Health, Safety, and Infrastructure Capital Project,” said District Superintendent David Ziskin. “The project is a wise long-term investment that will maintain our school facilities in the most fiscally advantageous manner for our local taxpayers. Thank you again to the taxpayers of the Fort Plain CSD for your continued support of the children of Fort Plain and their schools.”
The $11,200,000 project will improve facilities at both the Jr./Sr. High School and Elementary school, and the district hopes to have the project completed by December 2021.
For more information on the project visit the Capital Project page.