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State aid to support $70M schools bond

Bond ‘not too good to be true,' Schenectady school superintendent says

Central Park Elementary School will return to being a middle school as part of plans by the Schenectady City School District.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Central Park Elementary School will return to being a middle school as part of plans by the Schenectady City School District.
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City schools need work, but with state aid, that work will have little to no impact on the local tax bills, schools Superintendent Laurence Spring reiterated Tuesday night. Spring gave a presentation to residents on the district’s proposed $70 million bond referendum set for March 25. The meeting was the first in a series at which residents can learn about the proposed project and ask questions. “It’s not too good to be true,” Spring told ...

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