Residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District had the opportunity to speak with B-P’s architects, engineer, financial advisor and others about the district’s proposed $39.7 million capital project during a public forum on Tuesday, April 19.
The forum began with an overview of the proposed project, including how the project was developed, highlights of work to be completed as part of the project, and how the project would be paid for.
At the conclusion of the formal presentation, residents who had questions about the project proposal were invited to speak with the experts at stations set up in the auditorium lobby, including architects from CSArch, an engineer from Environmental Design Partnership LLC, and a financial advisor from Donegan Associates LLC. Residents also had the opportunity to speak about future program possibilities with B-P’s building principals and get information about voting from the district clerk.
Residents who were unable to attend the forum can find detailed capital project information on the district website.