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Niskayuna district wants to buy transportation building

$3.2M deal goes to voters March 14

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The Niskayuna Central School District is seeking voter approval on March 14 to spend $3.2 million to purchase the property it currently leases for its transportation facility. The district has been leasing the space in the Hillside Commerce Park at 1301 Hillside Ave. for about two decades. Matt Bourgeois, assistant superintendent for business, said school officials believe it would be more cost effective to own the facility outright. Niskayuna school officials would pay $420,000 in ...


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