Hendrick Hudson Seeks $6.2 Million Bond For Security Upgrades

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Voters in Hendrick Hudson School district must decide on Tuesday if they are willing to let the school board borrow $6.2 million for upgrades. Photo Credit: File Photo

MONTROSE, N.Y. -- UPDATED 3 P.M. The Daily Voice has confirmed that polls for the Hendrick Hudson School District vote will remain open until 9 p.m., contrary to a LoHud.com report.

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Residents of the Hendrick Hudson School district will vote on Tuesday, Dec. 10 on a proposal that would allow the school to borrow $6.2 million to upgrade security and technology at all of the districts buildings, according to LoHud.com.

Voters can cast their ballot at Frank G. Lindsey Elementary School, located at 57 Trolley Road in Montrose between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m, LoHud.com said. 

The School Board agreed to hold the vote in October for a wide range of improvements across all of the schools, according to LoHud.com. 

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Coca:

CHECK YOUR FACT-HAVE THEY CHANGED THE TIME FROM 7-9 pm to 7-2 pm? IT IS SO SAD THAT THE DISTRICT MUST STOOP TO HOLDING A VOTE WHEN SCHOOL HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE YO BAD WEATHER. WHY NOT RESCHEDULE THE VOTE FOR NEXT TUESDAY?

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