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Vote set on Ballston Spa schools' repair work

District seeks OK on $8.9M proposal

Bill McMordie, principal with Armlin Damon & McMordie, talks in March about the construction under way then at the new elementary school on Wood Road. That building is nearly finished now and district residents will vote Tuesday on a new set of capital projects.
Bill McMordie, principal with Armlin Damon & McMordie, talks in March about the construction under way then at the new elementary school on Wood Road. That building is nearly finished now and district residents will vote Tuesday on a new set of capital projects.
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Residents of Ballston Spa Central School District can weigh in Tuesday on an $8.9 million set of projects that will fix up one aging elementary school and some of the district’s athletic facilities. District officials say the improvements to Wood Road Elementary, the swimming pool, track and tennis courts are sorely needed. They are proposed on the heels of a larger set of projects approved in 2010. The $8.9 million proposal is the second phase ...


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