“Once you get into the ceiling structure, it’s a cascade effect. It’s not easy increments a million here and a million there, you get big blocks of dollars immediately,” he said. “The next step could very well be $12 million, just because of that cascade effect.”
Ann Hagan spoke to express concern about poor voter turnout for the proposition that failed in June, and ask that the district work to better spread the word and get support for the project.
That proposal was voted on by 1,150 people, 478 of whom voted in favor of the bond.
More information on the proposal, including photos, are available on the district website skanschools.org.
Joe Genco is the editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at email@example.com.