Thursday, December 9, 2021

Construction-Reconstruction-Equipping-Site-Athletic Field- Incidental Improvements:
Perry Central School District Voters Pass $9.35 Million Capital Project

The Perry Central School District can proceed with a $9.35 million capital project, with improvements at both the Senior High School and Elementary/Junior High School. By a count of 93-15, district voters approved the proposed project Tuesday.

The project will include construction, reconstruction and equipping of existing school buildings and facilities, site, athletic field and incidental improvements, The district will use $677,111 from the existing capital reserve fund for such costs. Debt obligations of $8,672,889 will be issued. There would be no impact on the local tax levy, said Superintendent Daryl McLaughlin.

Major portions of the project include: 

Major portions of the project would include:
  • window replacements in the Elementary/Junior High School; 
  • replacement of legacy heating, ventilation and air conditioning controls in both district buildings; 
  • addition of a new five-pad tennis court at the Elementary/Junior High School. The village of Perry has razed the tennis courts in the village park, McLaughlin said. The district has arranged an intermunicipal agreement with the village to use its courts. 
  • replacement of the southern playground at the Elementary/Junior High School; 
  • installing new high-efficiency boilers and pumps in the Senior High School; 
  • replacement of the water main from the street to the Senior High School; 
  • full-depth reconstruction of the Senior High School access roads, entryways, and parking lots; 
  • track cleaning and resurfacing; and n replacement of the carpet at the athletic complex.

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