HIGHLAND FALLS, N.Y. – Voters in Highland Falls approved a $23.4 million capital project at James I. O'Neill High School on Tuesday, according to the Times Herald-Record.
The funding will go to replacing the playing surface on the main field and the multi-purpose athletic field. It will also modernize science classrooms, repair parking lots and improve lighting, the Record reported.
The project will not have an impact on taxes, the Record said.
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