Friday, June 3, 2016

Follow the Capital Project

The Hudson City School District has announced that on Monday, June 6, at 6 p.m., representatives from Rhinebeck Architecture will be reporting to the HCSD Board of Education on "progress and vision of the district's capital project."

"The architects will discuss preliminary drawings of what the exterior and interior of the newly configured Pre-K to Grade 5 building could look like, how the school district can economically and environmentally address the storm water runoff, and options for the positioning and design of the new track/athletic field. There will also be discussion related to the pros and cons of natural and synthetic turf surfacing for the athletic field."

The presentation takes place in the Junior High School cafeteria. The public is encouraged to attend, entering the building by way of the "Event Entrance." In the hour-long presentation, which begins at 6 p.m., time will be allotted for discussion, questions, and input from the community before the regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting at 7 p.m.

1 comment:

  1. Capital projects are fine. However, it is interesting to note that the state and feds always have money for construction but little or nothing for the teachers, nurses, social workers and staff needed to run our civic institutions. I personally think its a hangover from the days when putting a man to work was far more important than putting a woman to work.
    Its time to rethink our priorities...across the board.