Nyack Public Schools will hold the second of three information sessions regarding the proposed $26.4 million bond referendum 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Nyack High School.
The money would be used from capital projects including replacing boilers, roofs, windows and doors; upgrading security, improving technology infrastructure and replacing and improving the athletic fields at Nyack High School. There will be another public information session Oct. 16 at the high school and the referendum will go to the voters Oct. 29.
The first information session was held Sept. 17 at the Nyack Center read more about that here and here. To read more about the Nyack School Board's approval of the referendum, see this report on Patch.
At the first information session, Nyack Superintendent Dr. James Montesano said he expected future information sessions to include the details of the project again, but they would also adapt to answer questions raised by the public during previous discussions.
The board of education voted to amend the referendum during the information session Sept. 17, but no further amendment votes are scheduled for this week's session.