Catskill, New York
Sarah Trafton


CATSKILL — Shovels in hand, members of the Catskill Central School District administration and board of education marked the start of the district’s $40.8 million capital project.

First approved in a February 2019 referendum, 308-259, the capital project was delayed due to the pandemic, Superintendent Ronel Cook said.

The project was initially scheduled to begin at the end of June, but approval by the state Education Department was delayed.


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