Otselic Valley residents vote on building project today

OTSELIC VALLEY – Otselic Valley Central School District voters will weigh in today on a proposed $17 million building project that would affect both the Georgetown and South Otselic communities.



Polls will open at noon today and run until 9 p.m. at both the OV Elementary School, Georgetown, and the OV Junior-Senior High School, South Otselic, according to Superintendent Richard Hughes. School officials have called the project – which includes the expansion of the high school to accommodate grades K-12 and the conversion of the elementary school to a transportation and community center – a possible solution to the district’s budget woes.


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