Campus joined the Grand Island CSD Project Team early in the planning stage for its $51.4 million district-wide renovations project.
Grand Island CSD
Phase I of the District's $57.8 million in renovations has kicked off with additions and renovations to the Middle/High School complex. Highlights include a new Technology addition, Athletic Complex, full bus loop/drop-off/parking reconstruction, and primary electric service replacement. Renovations will also include science, music, auditorium, gymnasium, and nursing/guidance office improvements.
Grand Island CSD residents voted in favor of a new transportation facility Tuesday night, approving the capital project by nearly a 2-1 margin. The new 16,000 square foot facility will be built behind Sidway Elementary School. The existing transportation facility will be renovated for use by buildings & grounds.
The project is expected to be complete in September 2014 and will have no impact on the District's tax levy.
Campus is happy to congratulate Grand Island Central School District on its successful bond vote. District residents showed overwhelming support for the proposed capital project, which includes $51.4 million in district-wide renovations.
Proposition 1, which has no tax impact on District residents and businesses, includes $46.8M in renovations to five District buildings that were identified as part of the District's State-mandated Building Condition Survey. Voters approved the proposition 1,610 to 292.