Croton-Harmon Voters Approve $4 Million For Added Security In Schools

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Voters approved a $4 million spending plan to upgrade security systems in Croton-Harmon Schools. Photo Credit: File

CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Voters approved a spending proposal on Thursday, Jan. 23 to use $4 million to increase security at schools in the Croton-Harmon district, according to 

Voters approved the proposal 198-49 to use money from the capital reserve fund for the project. The spending package will put intruder locks on classroom doors, and provide an emergency generator to back up computers, public address systems and several other upgrades, reported. 

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