Skaneateles school renovation proposal fails, technology referendum passes

Skaneateles voters have rejected a plan for a multi-million dollar renovation at several schools in the Skaneateles Central School District.

Tuesday night, taxpayers shot down the proposed $22.7 million school renovation project.

When all the voters were counted, 685 people rejected the capital project compared to 478 who voted for it.

The district wanted to renovate and repair roofs and foundations, replace windows and doors, and replace a boiler. They also wanted to build a new middle school gym.

The technology referendum, which passed, is will invest $77,810 on new computers.

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