Last spring, Victor Central School administrators, in conjunction with the District’s architectural firm, SWBR, completed a state mandated Building Condition Survey. This professional assessment of every building, required by the New York State Education Department every five years, is designed to:
Uphold the highest level of health, safety and welfare for all students
Sustain excellence in education program quality
Maintain modern campus infrastructure
Maximize current building utilization
Minimize energy usage
Implement justifiable sustainable initiatives
The largest component of the proposed 2021 capital project is the construction of a new Transportation Center to replace the existing 50-year old bus garage located on the north end of the VCS campus. Other work includes general roofing, roads and various building renovations and maintenance. The specific scope of work can be found in the Proposed Building Improvement Details section of this brochure.
Based on enrollment (both current and projected) as well as mandatory maintenance checks that come under review every five years in what is known as a Building Condition Survey, the Capital Project Advisory Committee recommends the following renovations/upgrades at each building:
The estimated cost of this project is $29,287,427.
The District will be using $2,500,000 from the capital reserve fund for this project. State aid will cover a portion of the project.
The tax impact of this project would be .16 cents per thousand dollars of full property value.
~ For example, a $200,000 home would cost taxpayers $32 per year.
~ The cost for a STAR recipient would be $27 per year.
~ The cost for an Enhanced STAR recipient would be $21 per year.
The tax impact is expected to occur in the 2022-23 fiscal year.
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