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Vote set on Schenectady school renovations

Reading teacher Pam Brumbaugh meets with a small class in a storage area at Van Corlaer Elementary School on Guilderland Avenue in Schenectady.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Reading teacher Pam Brumbaugh meets with a small class in a storage area at Van Corlaer Elementary School on Guilderland Avenue in Schenectady.
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After months of debate and hours of tours, it is finally time to vote on Schenectady’s $70 million building project. The vote will be Tuesday from noon to 9 p.m. A yes vote will let the district begin a decade-long renovation project that will eventually lead to a system with K-5 elementary schools, three middle schools for grades 6-8 and two high schools. Only the first phase, mainly focusing on three middle schools, is up ...


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