New York district turns down bond request

Dec. 19, 2008
Port Jervis voters say no to $5.5 million proposal

Port Jervis (N.Y.) School District residents have voted down a $5.55 million building renovation proposal. The money would have paid for safety and security projects and the replacement of heating and ventilation systems. Voters also said no to a proposal that would have allowed the district to create a capital reserve fund to offset the cost of future school construction.

To read The Middletown Times Herald-Record article, click here.

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