WEST SENECA, N.Y. (WKBW) - Voters in the West Seneca Central School District have passed a $75 million dollar capital improvement project.
According to school leaders, the project includes building reconstruction and renovations to better address district needs over the next six to eight years.
The district reports that the project brings no tax increase to residents.
The vote passed 1,441 to 487.
For more details on the capital improvement project, click here.