Voters in the Briarcliff school district will be asked next month to decide on a $10.5 million bond for capital improvements in addition to a $47.85 million budget for 2012-13.
The budget proposal is down from the current $48.4 million budget covering the 2011-12 school year.
The capital projects include installing artificial turf fields at the high school; adding new science, music and computer labs; and making building repairs districtwide.
A key to the bond proposal, said school officials, is that it will not add to the bill for taxpayers because of the maturing of an existing bond and savings from energy reductions.
A public presentation is planned for April 25.
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