City Schools vote today on proposed 2020 Vision Capital Project.
Batavia district votes today, March 2, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on proposed capital project
Batavia City School District residents may vote today between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. on the proposed 2020 Vision Capital Project.
The $26,768,813 project has no additional tax impact and is designed to address critical program, infrastructure, renovations, site work, and facility needs in each of the District-owned buildings and Daniel A. Van Detta Stadium at Woodward Field.
For residents who live north of Route 5 (Main Street) voting is at the Robert Morris Building at 80 Union St., and for residents living south of Route 5 (Main Street) voting is at Batavia High School at 260 State St.
For more information, including clarification with a street-by-street guide on where to vote, please check the District’s website at www.bataviacsd.org and click on the link for the 2020 Capital Project.
Please be sure to vote. This is your community where your vote really does matter. People focus on the national and state elections, but then don't bother on something like this. This will affect the people who live and pay taxes in the Batavia School District every day. The last few years of school budget voting in Batavia had about 470 total voters each time. There's around 20,000 eligible voters I believe. Please vote. Stand up and be heard!
At around noon, I was #106 at Robert Morris. Not a good turnout.
My wife was 99 and I was 100. The people running the polls were helpful and friendly, and there's plenty of time to get out and vote.
there may be 20,000 eligible voters, however there is a pool of millions of ineligible voters that will help, just looking for a bus ride. millions I say. very sad. very very un-American, not fair.....