ACSD board addresses facilities master plan
MIDDLEBURY — In addition to voting to expand Middlebury Union Middle School to include sixth grade, Addison Central School District board members at Monday’s meeting also:
• Voted unanimously to include, as part of the facilities master plan, a study of the current capacity and use of ACSD buildings. This will help flag which facilities are, and aren’t, being used to their full potential.
• Agreed to create a “frequently asked questions” column on the district’s acsdvt.org website that will explain the current master planning process and proposed middle school expansion. District residents will have a chance to email their questions for responses to appear in the column.
The ACSD board in September will revisit the notion of a major schools repair bond. Such a multi-million-dollar bond would not likely go before district voters before March of 2021, Conlon said.
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