Earlier this week, the Board of Directors the Board of Education's request that a $4.9 million referendum for school repairs be placed on the ballot on Election Day in November.
The money, which Board of Education Chairman Chris Pattacini said is only for "critical school repairs," includes funds to replace the roofs at Bowers, Waddell and Verplanck elementary schools, electrical repairs at Manchester High School, and a number of other repairs. Click here to see a detail list of the items.
Earlier this year, the town directors also approved a request for a $12.5 million referendum to expand the Mary Cheney Library. The two items will appear as separate entries on the ballot on Election Day, Nov. 6.
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