Hudson Falls community members approve capital project proposal

On Wednesday, March 27, Hudson Falls residents voted to approve the district’s proposed $54.1 million capital project.

With the propositions approved, work can begin in the near future to help protect the community’s long-term investment in our facilities. The project designates funds to advance the schools’ safety and security technology, improve accessibility within the buildings, renovate high traffic facilities, and make repairs to areas open to students and the community.

“We would like to thank the Hudson Falls community for their continued support of our school district,” said Superintendent Daniel Ward. “The Board of Education and our administrative team are excited to move forward with these projects to further enhance the learning environment at the Hudson Falls Central School District for our students and community.”

Proposition 1 asking for approval on the $54.1 million budget for various improvements passed with 258 “Yes” votes and 196 “No” votes.

Proposition 2 asking to expend the sum of $250,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund previously established to be used for to pay a portion of the cost of the project referenced in Proposition #1 passed with 269 “Yes” votes and 185 “No” votes.