Bricks and mortar: Onteora buildings in need of repair

The Onteora Central School District is in need of approximately $6.5 million worth of repairs or upgrades with the heaviest costs, around $4 million stemming from the Middle/High School, according to a recently completed state mandated five-year conditions survey. At a recent school board meeting two representatives from Mosaic architects, Nick Waer and Scott Swenson presented the findings.

The district’s state aid would cover 30 percent of the cost and there is approximately $3 million already set aside in repair reserves, and another million in capital reserves. To release this money and ask for additional funds . . .


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