The Shoreham-Wading River School District can not receive permits for a proposed for $3.9 million worth of capital projects until a plan to fix multiple code violation is submitted to the state Education Department, according to a report in the Village Beacon Record.
Violations reportedly include dead-end hallways, incompliancies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and others. According to Superintendent Steven Cohen, the cost to fix all violations is estimated to be $1,525,000; which would bring the total cost of the proposition to $5,425,000.
The proposition would be funded by prior years' state aid and at no additional cost to taxpayers, according to the report.
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