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Capital Project 2018 - Vote Tuesday Nov. 28 noon - 9 pm at SHS

Solvay Union Free School District Capital Project Timeline
August 21, 2017                Presentation to the Board of Education
September 18, 2017          Approval of Referendum by Board of Education
October 16, 2017              Updated presentation to the Board of Education at SHS
November 2, 2017            Presentation to SMS PTO at 7 pm
November 6, 2017            Presentation to SES PTO at 6:30 pm
November 13, 2017          Public hearing at Transportation Building at 6 pm
November 20, 2017          Capital Project Open House at Solvay High School 5 - 7 pm
November 28, 2017          Capital Project Vote at Solvay High School 12  to 9 pm

If you were unable to attend the November 13 Public Hearing, you can view the presentation - Capital Project Public Hearing Presentation as well as Frequently Asked Questions - Capital Project FAQ

Proposed Project Highlights:
  •  Improve security at interior doors to facilitate lockdown of classrooms and offices
  •  Replace lockers throughout Solvay High School
  •  Renovate Solvay High School auditorium (seats, flooring,ceiling, lights, sound), including asbestos abatement and  adjacent storage rooms
  •  Replace roof on Solvay Middle School
  •  Install air conditioning in Solvay Elementary School
  •  Demolish existing bus garage and construct new bus maintenance facility
  •  Construction of 1,500 sq. ft. maintenance storage facility at Solvay Middle School
If you would like more details please contact the Assistant Superintendent for Business at 315-468-4942 option 5 or

Capital Project Page 1
Capital Project Page 2
What is a Capital Project 101




Solvay Union Free School District
Jay Tinklepaugh, Superintendent
PO Box 980
299 Bury Drive
Syracuse, New York 13209
Phone: (315) 468-1111

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