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Voters approve $11.28 million capital project

On Tuesday, Dec. 12, voters approved the Cambridge Central School District’s $11.28 million capital project referendum by a margin of 416-255.

The project will provide no additional tax impact on the community.

Highlights of the project include:

  • Reconstructing a formal auditorium space in its current location
  • Creating an entrance and lobby area adjacent to the auditorium
  • Renovating the rooms adjacent to the auditorium
  • Abating asbestos throughout the impacted areas

“We are greatly appreciative of the public support of this important capital project,” said Interim Superintendent Ken Facin. “Cambridge Central School has always been a focal point of our community and we are thankful for the positive vote for a new auditorium at CCS. The benefits of this project for our students, faculty, staff and community will now be realized. Thank you Cambridge community.”

Construction is slated to begin in the summer of 2025.

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