Upstate New York district needs $100 million in building upgrades

Nov. 24, 2008
All 13 Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda school facilities are at least 44 years old

The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda (N.Y.) School District needs more than $100 million in work on its buildings, the youngest of which was built in 1964. That determination was made after the buildings were examined by engineers from Gordon Jones Associates, an architectural firm that specializes in public school projects. The district has 13 active schools; in addition, updates and improvements are needed at other district buildings not housing students.

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