The Greece Central School District is outlining a wish list of renovations and capital improvement projects.They would be funded with more than $100 million from current reserves and state aid.
District officials say they won't have to raise taxes. One proposal calls for more secure building entrances with a buzzer system for visitors. Plans also call for improvements at the transportation building.
And the proposals also would add lights and make other upgrades to the athletic fields. A public discussion meeting is set for next Tuesday, and residents could vote on the proposal in December.
Join us tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the Reimagine Greece project. If you are unable to make tomorrow's meeting we are hosting a public input session on October 2 at 6:30 p.m. Both meetings will be live-streamed. We will share the link on our website & social media. pic.twitter.com/rG70b8Cf60— Greece Central (@GreeceCentral) September 24, 2018