September 24, 2013
The turf at the Michael Bragman Athletic Complex at Cicero-North Syracuse High School is deteriorating to the point that it's worn through in places, necessitating a replacement, according to the district. That's why the district is holding a referendum to ask voters to approve a $2 million capital project on Oct. 16. There will be no local tax impact.
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Residents of the North Syracuse Central School District will head to the polls next month to vote on a $2 million referendum to renovate the Michael Bragman Athletic Complex at Cicero-North Syracuse High School, as well as make improvements to the high school’s security. The project, which will have no local tax impact, will cost a total of $2,020,000. The local share of $302,000 would come out of the district’s C-NS Athletic Complex Reserve Fund, which was approved by district voters on Oct. 14, 1998, according to Assistant Superintendent for Management Donald Keegan.