Capital Projects

Capital Projects

2019 Proposed Capital Project

HCSD voters approve Capital Project

Hancock Central School entrance 2019 

HANCOCK, NY – On December 5, 2019, voters in the Hancock Central School District overwhelmingly passed an $8 million capital improvement project that was developed to address safety, infrastructure, food service, technology, and maintenance concerns at the Hancock Elementary and Middle/High schools and bus garage.

District officials announced Thursday night that voters supported a project that carries no additional tax impact to residents, by a margin of 104 yes votes to 31 no votes.

The Hancock Central School District Capital Project is part of the District’s long-term commitment to developing a solution to safety and infrastructure issues and meeting the academic program needs of the 21st century, particularly in science, math, and technology.

“Our community’s continued support of this school district is so important and deeply appreciated, not only by the Board of Education, myself and our staff, but by the students who will benefit from this project now and in the future,” said Terry Dougherty, Superintendent of Schools. “Over the past 17 years, this is the third capital project local residents have supported, totaling nearly $25 million dollars in construction renovations and enhancements. We are sincerely humbled and grateful for the trust we have earned.”

Renovations are expected to begin in the late spring or summer of 2021. Please contact Dougherty at 607-637-1300 with questions.

ZERO ADDITIONAL TAX IMPACT!

Hancock Central School Building 2019 

SAVE THE DATES!
PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECT
Public Hearing: November 25, 2019, 7 p.m.
Capital Project Vote: December 5, 2019, 2-8 p.m.

Dear Hancock residents,
Our Board of Education is pleased to announce that the Hancock Central School District’s proposed 2019 Capital Project has ZERO ADDITIONAL TAX IMPACT on local taxpayers.

State aid, capital reserve funds and additional funding sources would pay for the $8 million cost of the proposed Capital Project, which includes work at Hancock Elementary School, Hancock Middle/High School, Hancock’s Bus Garage, and the Louise Adelia Read Memorial Library.

The HCSD will host a public hearing at 7 p.m. Monday, November 25, in the Middle/High School Auditorium to explain all aspects of the proposed project.

The proposed Capital Project Vote will take place from 2-8 p.m. December 5 in Room 203 of the Hancock Middle/High School building.

We encourage you to read the releases at right regarding this fiscally prudent plan, which again has ZERO ADDITIONAL TAX IMPACT on local taxpayers.

Respectfully,
Terrance P. Dougherty, Ph.D.
Hancock Central School District
Superintendent of Schools
tdougherty@hancock.stier.org

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