Dutchess County, N.Y., voters reject bonds for alternative high school

Dec. 10, 2009
$29.65 million proposal is defeated

From the Poughkeepskie Journal: Voters in Dutchess County, N.Y., have rejected a $29.65 million bond request from the county's Board of Cooperative Educational Services. The board, which represents 13 school systems in the county, had sought the money to build a 66,500-square-foot alternative high school building and make enhancements to its Career and Technical Institute at its Salt Point campus in the town of Hyde Park.

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