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Capital Project Information

 

In accordance with Executive Order 202.39, the District Vote is being extended to June 16, 2020, with the following provisions:

 

  • Absentee ballots can be received by the District Clerk through the mail until 5 p.m. on June 16, 2020.
  • Absentee ballots that are dropped off/hand-delivered will be accepted by the District Clerk until 5 p.m. on June 9, 2020. Absentee ballots will not be able to be hand-delivered/dropped offor requested from the District Clerk after 5 p.m. on June 9, 2020.  Additionally, any dropbox used for hand delivery will be closed and removed at 5 p.m. on June 9, 2020.

 

Read Executive Order 202.39 here: https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/no-20239-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency

 

If you have any questions regarding the District Vote, please contact the District Clerk, Lynn Carey, at 626-8092 or by e-mailing lcarey@williamsvillek12.org.



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On June 9, 2020, community members will have an opportunity to vote on a capital improvement project that addresses security improvements at all 13 of the District’s schools.

When our schools were built, safety and security were looked at differently.  School design was focused on accessibility and were open to the public. However, social changes have required school districts to rethink security.  The 2020 School Security Improvement Project is a proactive approach by the District on security, maximizing the physical and emotional safety of our students.


    "It is our duty as leaders and educators to ensure a safe and secure learning environment for students."
                                                              - Dr. Scott G. Martzloff, Superintendent of Schools

The 2020 School Security Improvement Project calls for $43.2 million in security renovations throughout the District.  The security improvement recommendations were made following security reviews that began in 2018 and ended in the Spring of 2019.  These security reviews were completed by the Amherst Police Department and a national security expert.  The District’s funding goal was to structure a capital project that would not increase the general fund budget or raise taxes.  The finance plan for this project accomplishes this goal through the District’s debt-service plan, Capital Reserve funding, and New York State building aid.  If approved by voters, the plan does not raise taxes. 

     2020 School Security Improvement Capital Project

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                  School Security Improvement 2020 Captial Project Presentation


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2020 School Security - Project Summary                 Security Lock  2020 School Security - Project Scope         

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2020 School Security - Question & Answer            Security Lock  2020 School Security - Bond Proposition          


School Security Improvement 2020 Captial Project SEQRA  Resolutions:


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