District residents to vote on school capital project Dec. 12

by Nicole Reitz

Fulton Superintendent of Schools Bill Lynch reviewed a tentative timeline of the proposed 2012 capital project during Tuesday’s board of education meeting.

The project will include work at G. Ray Bodley High School and Fairgrieve and Volney elementary schools.

Board members will be asked to approve the project at the next regular meeting, which is scheduled for Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

The district is planning to make  the public aware of the project throughout November with staff and faculty meeting presentations, communicating with parent-teacher groups, and announcing the plan at the fall play and holiday concerts.

Service and community clubs and organizations that use the school’s facilities will also be briefed on the capital project proposal.

A public hearing is tentatively set for Dec. 5 at Fairgrieve Elementary School with the vote a week later Dec. 12.

If voters approve the project, the district would work with King + King Architects and its construction firm to prepare the project and win State Education Department approval.

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