Residents came out today to cast their vote in support of the district’s $30.2 million capital project, with 242 yes votes and 107 no votes, a passage rate of 69 percent.
“I’m grateful for the Hornell community’s continued support for our vision of modern facilities that support student success,” said Superintendent Jeremy Palotti.
The next steps are to finalize the design and architectural plans and submit them to the State Education Department for approval.
The anticipated start date for some parts of this project is the spring of 2025. We will continue to update the website as the project progresses.