Voters say yes to $15 million renovations for Maine-Endwell Central School District

ENDWELL (WBNG) – The Maine-Endwell Central School District will be getting a little more than $15 million for renovations after voters overwhelmingly approved the proposal Tuesday.

By a vote of 486 to 93, residents gave the go-ahead at a total cost of $15,480,000.

Officials say there will be no new tax impact on voters.

The district plans to break ground at the end of the school year in May 2020.

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