Jamestown Public Schools Capital Improvement Project Moves Forward

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) — An 86-million-dollar capital improvement project for Jamestown Public Schools is moving forward.

According to WRFA Radio, the school board approved construction bids for the first phase of the project on Tuesday, which is slated to begin this spring. 

As part of phase one, construction will happen at Fletcher Elementary School, replacing things like sinks, sidewalks, HVAC systems and other building improvements. 

The floor and parking garage at the bus garage will also be replaced under the first phase.

The projects were approved by the voters back in May 2021. Phase one costs around $13 million dollars with phase two, involving work at the high school, around $43 million dollars. 

A phone three will include construction at Persell Middle School and at Lincoln and Ring Elementary Schools.


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