NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley School District is making headway on a $12.8 million capital project that will bring much needed upgrades to the district’s 13-year-old K-12 building.
The district’s board of education unanimously adopted a resolution last month permitting the project to move forward. The motion authorized renovations and improvements to UV’s school building and bus garage, and construction of a 3,200 square foot pole barn to be used for storage.
According to District Treasurer Michael Brown, the next step is to interview construction management firms; then work with architects to hammer out details of the project.
“Architects are looking to submit plans to the New York State Education Department for approval by the middle of November,” Brown said. “When plans are submitted, it will be up to the State Education Department to give the go ahead.”