Liberty voters approve $42.9 million
budget, capital project
On May 19, Liberty Central School District voters approved the district’s $42.9 million 2015-16 budget proposal, elected three board of education members and approved a $9.6 million capital project proposal. or visit
After listening to residents’ concerns following the October referendum vote, district officials returned to the drawing board and came up with a $9.6 million plan that reduces the scope and cost of the proposed renovations, but still serves the needs of health, safety and education at Liberty Central School District.
“phase II” capital project is a
continuation of the preservation and enhancement efforts begun with
the phase I
capital project approved by voters in 2007. Phase I solved
space-related issues and improved educational opportunities, health,
safety and security at Liberty Elementary School and the high
school. Phase II focuses on the high school and its many
To more fully understand the phase II capital project, click here for a brochure.
Capital project and district budget vote
to be held May 19
On May 19, voters will consider a $42.9 million budget proposal for 2015-16 that carries no tax levy increase. Voters will also vote on a down-sized building project and elect three out of four candidates to fill three open seats on the Liberty Board of Education.
Strengthening the shell of the high
What residents need to know about windows and insulation
Because of its aging exterior and poor insulation, Liberty High School has lost the ability to keep temperatures balanced throughout the building, which causes parts of the building to be either too hot or too cold.
Apr. 25, 2015 - Phase II flyer available online
Apr. 15, 2015 - Phase II postcards mailed to residents, posted online
Mar. 24, 2015 - Board of Education sets capital project revote for May 19
Oct. 21, 2014 - Phase II capital project not approved, Board to review outcome
Oct. 10, 2014 - Phase II capital project newsletter posted online (PDF)
Sept. 18, 2014 - Residents invited to public information session on Sept. 23
Sept. 4, 2014 - Phase II capital project vote brochure posted online (PDF)
Sept. 2, 2014 - Board of Education sets capital project vote for Oct. 21