Voters in the Amherst Central School District have approved a $23.8 million capital project that will focus on the infrastructure of its aging buildings and renovations geared toward educational programs.
The result was 471 to 109 in a special district vote held Wednesday.
State building aid will pay for about 78 percent of costs; the local share for the district will be about $80,000 a year. The district is dedicating $1 million of its available funds to the project.
Capital projects are exempt from the tax levy cap. For homeowners, the annual tax bill would increase by an estimated $5.35 a year for properties assessed at $100,000; $8.03 for properties assessed at $150,000; and $10.70 for properties assessed at $200,000.