Unofficial results for UCSD vote show all three propositions pass by more than 60 percent

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UPDATED: Residents in the City of Utica voted in favor for three different Utica City School District propositions, which aim to improve athletic fields at three area schools. Each proposition passed by more than 60 percent, however the results won’t be official until the board verifies them at their meeting tomorrow. Here’s a breakdown on the three propositions:

The first proposition would improve the field at Proctor High School.

  • Field house & team building/storage
  • Lower concession stand & public restrooms
  • Turf replacement
  • Track replacement
  • New scoreboard
  • Tennis court reconstruction 
  • Building renovations
  • Cost: $5,925,000

The second would improve the fields at John F. Kennedy Middle School and James Donovan Middle School.

  • John F. Kennedy Middle School
    • Track and in-field reconstruction
    • Portable bleachers
    • Support building improvements
    • Minor building renovations
  • James Donovan Middle School
    • Track and in-field reconstruction
    • Portable bleachers
    • Support building construction
    • Minor building renovations
  • Cost: $10,650,000

The third, and final, proposition would improve every other field at these three schools.

Proposition one needed to be passed in order to pass the second, and both needed to in order for proposition three to pass. Projected total cost of the project is $14,975,000 – about a $16 tax increase for residents with an assessed home value of $50,000.

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