The Board of Education for "critical repairs" to the town's public schools.
Voters will ultimately decide the merits of that request in a referendum come November, but whether that question ever even gets before voters appears to be in the hands of the Board of Directors, who have indicated they intend to vote on the school board's request as part of its Tuesday meeting.
Members of the Board of Directors about the subject last week that they had some concerns with the size and scope of the school board's request, but also indicated that they intended to vote on the issue as part of Tuesday's meeting.
The money includes funds to replace the roofs at Bowers, Waddell and Verplanck elementary schools, electrical repairs at Manchester High School, parking lot repairs at Arthur H. Illing Middle School and a number of other repairs.
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Any items from the school board that would appear on the ballot of a November referendum would be in addition to an already approved request for .
Tuesday's meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Lincoln Center Hearing Room at 494 Main St. Click here for the full agenda.