SARATOGA SPRINGS — On Tuesday, December 8, residents in the Saratoga Springs City School District approved The Legacy Project, a $129.7 million capital project referendum for improvements and renovations to all eight school buildings and the transportation facility. The final tally came in at 1530 votes to 364 votes.
Once officially approved by the Board of Education, the Legacy Project will fund improvements to the buildings by prioritizing safety and security, educational spaces, energy and operational efficiencies.
"The District would like to thank the community for their support of this long-term investment in our schools and facilities. I appreciate the feedback and collaboration of District stakeholders and the community during the last four years of the Legacy planning process," said Dr. Michael Patton, Superintendent of Schools.
To learn more about The Legacy Project, go to www.saratogaschools.org