Congers votes on elementary school

People living in the Clarkstown school district headed to the polls today to vote on a $6.5 million repair project for Congers Elementary School. The

It may take up to 6.5 million to fix the Congers Elementary School.

It may take up to 6.5 million to fix the Congers Elementary School. (2/4/14)

CONGERS - People living in the Clarkstown school district headed to the polls today to vote on a $6.5 million repair project for Congers Elementary School.

The school has been closed since August after a crumbling gym wall was discovered.

The list of critical repairs recommended by engineers was approved following a series of emergency meetings last fall.

If the vote does not pass, the school is likely to stay closed and students will be reassigned to other schools.

Polls closed at 9 p.m. Tuesday.

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