HORSEHEADS, N.Y. -- The Horseheads community learned more Monday night about how their school district's proposed capital project could impact them.
District officials explained that the $94.7 million renovation project would be funded primarily through state building aid and capital reserves. That money would be spread to schools across the district, with upgrades and renovations at each building.
Some other upgrades include revamping the high school's field and creating a new centralized entrance for students.
Officials say the max levy increase would be 1.87 percent over a four-year period for taxpayers. They explained on a $100,000 home, that adds up to around $33 over the four years.
Some say it's a small price to pay for what it would provide students.
Residents will be able to vote on the plan October 17.