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The Cheshire Board of Education proposed a $17.88 million five year capital budget plan at the Town Council Meeting last night.
Of those funds, $2.28 million will be used in the upcoming fiscal year for projects such as Cheshire High School window replacements, districtwide lavatory and flooring upgrades, and a storage solution that would remove the nine containers placed around CHS.
Also included was the school building master plan at a cost of $145,000, which would provide the School District with a 10 year project list and in-depth studies regarding enrollment and Cheshire’s population. The request sparked debate between Superintendent of Schools Dr. Greg Florio and Councilor David Schrumm, who both had opposing views of the concept.
To hear their sides and more on the meeting, see an upcoming edition of the Cheshire Herald.