Norwich building project money - use it or lose it

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District has more than $2.5 million left over from its latest capital project, but they’ll have to act fast if they want to use it.



The district’s $35 million capital improvement project came in $2.5 to $3 million under budget, which affords the district the opportunity to take care of a few more items on its building condition survey and facility evaluation.

But they will have to have the plans drawn up, approved by the New York State Education Department, and construction completed by January of 2010 if they want to spend the money.

“It’s an aggressive timeline,” said Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan, as he presented the project proposal to the Norwich Board of Education Tuesday.


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