District in New York rejects $187 million ballot proposal

March 11, 2009
Clarkstown voters reject facilities plan by a ratio of more than 2 to 1.

Voters in the Clarkstown (N.Y.) Central School District have overwhelmingly rejected an $187 million school bond that would have repaired the district's aging facilities.
Read The Lower Hudson Journal News article.

FROM FEBRUARY 2009: The Clarkstown (N.Y.) Central School District is asking voters on March 10 to approve a $187 million bond proposal. The money would pay for upgrades and renovations to the district's 16 school buildings and facilities, which have an average age of 58 years.
Read The Lower Hudson Journal News article.

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