Phase Two Project
On March 20, 2014, Liverpool Central School District voters approved the Phase Two Capital Project.
The Phase Two Capital Project includes a complete roof renovation and replacement at Liverpool High School, substantial building renovations at Chestnut Hill Elementary and Chestnut Hill Middle, and safety and security improvements district-wide. The cost of the proposed project would not exceed $37,919,700.
Currently, the New York State Education Department rebates the district approximately 82.2 cents for every dollar spent on eligible capital improvements. The district portion of the bond proposal will be covered by a local share property tax increase.
“The items covered by this project are those that were deemed most urgent by our Facilities Advisory Committee, which is made up of Liverpool community members and district staff members,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark F. Potter. “The committee felt these improvements, repairs and enhancements are necessary to meet the ever-changing needs of our students, staff and community.”
|Phase Two Construction Report - April 2017||4.1 MB|
|Phase Two Construction Report - March 2017||3.5 MB|
|Phase Two Construction Report - January 2016||1.8 MB|
|Phase Two Construction Report - August 2016||4.4 MB|
|Phase One and Two Construction Report - December/January/February/March/April 2015||2.8 MB|
|Phase One and Two Construction Report - September/October/November 2014||793 KB|
|Phase Two Capital Project Public Information Meeting Presentation||4.4 MB|
|Phase Two Capital Project - School Bell (March 2014)||5.3 MB|
|Phase Two Capital Project Twitter Feed|