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Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
Facilities preservation project presentation 11 4 11
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  • 1. ProposedFacilities Preservation Project Presented by Renee Garrett, Superintendent Gregory Atseff, Assistant Superintendent for Finance Robert Miller, Director of Facilities
  • 2. Agenda•Overview•Rationale•Financial Information•Proposed Scope of Work•Vote Information R
  • 3. Overview•Long-Range Planning Committee•Health, Safety, Asset Preservation•$14.8 Million Project•No Tax Impact•December 14th Vote•Needs in all buildings and areas P
  • 4. Rationale•Cost Effective Approach for Necessary Repairs•Maintenance of Facilities•Proposed Building Aid Changes•No Tax Increase•Favorable Construction Bidding Environment G
  • 5. Funding the Facilities Preservation Project No Tax Impact Total Project Cost: Capital Reserve $14,871,896 $4,000,000 E.X.C.E.L. $864,921 State Aid $10,006,975 G
  • 6. Ontario Primary $1,637,525• Replace Public Address System • Additional Sidewalks• Replace Clock System • Upgrade Parking Lot Lighting• Replace Roofs (1992) • Add Glycol to Heating System• Upgrade Emergency Generator • Upgrade 1963 Bathrooms (Public• Replace Windows and Classroom)• Add Window Screens • Replace Slate Panels• Replace Domestic Water Heaters • Flooring (1992) B
  • 7. Ontario Elementary $1,895,613• Replace Public Address System • Water Infiltration in Boiler Room• Replace Clock System • 2nd and 3rd Floor Climate Control• Replace Roofs (1986 & 1992) • Add Additional Security Monitoring• Replace Emergency Generator • Upgrade Bathrooms• Update Fire Alarm System • Passive Restraint Entryway• Replace Domestic Water Heater • Replace Kitchen Booster Heater• Additional Sidewalks B
  • 8. Freewill Elementary $1,794,981• Replace Public Address System • Address Parking Lot Issues• Replace Clock System • Replace Kitchen Booster Heater• Replace Roofs (1986 & 1992) • Repoint Exterior Masonry• Expand Capabilities of the • Replace Composite Gym Floor Emergency Generator • Address Kitchen Ventilation• Update Fire Alarm System • Walk-in Cooler/Freezer• Replace Domestic Water Heater • Exit Signage (Courtyard)• Additional Sidewalks • Hallway Coat Hooks B
  • 9. Thomas C. Armstrong Middle School $3,675,990• Replace Public Address System • Replace Heating Pumps• Replace Clock System • Improve Sanitary Drain Slope• Replace Roofs (1992) • Improve Kitchen Ventilation• Replace Emergency Generator • Replace Kitchen Boiler• Update Fire Alarm System • Replace Coolers/Freezers (Kitchen• Replace Windows and Central)• Add Window Screens • Replace Water Main• Replace Domestic Water Heaters • Update Cafeteria Serving Lines• Additional Sidewalks • Corridor Lockers• Replace Parking Lot • Replace Classroom Doors• Replace Boilers B
  • 10. James A. Beneway High School $5,368,556• Replace Public Address System • Replace Kitchen Booster Heaters• Replace Clock System • Replace Heating Pumps• Replace Roofs (1992) • Consolidate Condensate Pumps• Upgrade Emergency Generator • Passive Restraint Entryway• Upgrade Fire Alarm System • ADA Compliant Bleachers• Replace Windows • Concession Stand With Restrooms• Add Window Screens • Upgrade Camera Security System• Replace Domestic Water Heater • Replace Gymnasium Sound Systems• Replace Water Pipes • Upgrade Electrical Panels• Repair PAC Water Infiltration B
  • 11. Voting Booth Information Legal Language English LanguageShall the proposition set forth in the legal notice of this New York State would like to give usspecial voter meeting, authorizing the Wayne Central $864,921 in EXCEL Aid. We will combine itSchool District to undertake construction, reconstruction with our Building Aid of $10,006,975. Weand equipping of school buildings and facilities, site and will be using $4,000,000 from our capitalincidental improvements, all at an estimated maximum reserve. The total spent will not exceedaggregate cost of $14,871,896; with the expenditure of $14,871,896, therefore; our goal is to$4,000,000 from the existing capital reserve fund for create a project without a cost to oursuch costs, the issuance up to $10,871,896 of debt taxpayers. Are you interested in supportingobligations of the School District therefor, and the levy this project?of a tax in annual installments therefor, with such tax tobe offset by state aid available therefor, all as more fullydescribed in said notice, be approved? R
  • 12. Visit our website for more information. www.wayne.k12.ny.us R
  • 13. Vote Information We have scheduled a vote date of December 14, 2011 Voting Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Location: High School Gymnasium Lobby Your Vote Matters! R
  • 14. ProposedFacilities Preservation Project Presented by Renee Garrett, Superintendent Gregory Atseff, Assistant Superintendent for Finance Robert Miller, Director of Facilities

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