The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 10-10-12
99 NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, 10/10/12
DECEMBER 12TH PROJECTED REFERENDUM DATE FOR POTSDAM BUILDING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—A preliminary scope of the proposed 18-million-dollar plan, aided at the rate of 86 percent and using 883-thousand-dollars in capital reserve funds was presented Tuesday night. The aging high school is the focus, especially energy and structural improvements; but all three buildings would see work. The High School Library is expected to see its “R” value—how well-insulated it is—go up by multiples. Also expected are improvements to the High School Auditorium. The Board of Education plans to finalize the scoping document October 23rd, and send the project to the public. The project, as it stands now has no taxpayer impact.
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