The Cato-Meridian Central School District is in the early stages of planning a capital project taxpayers could vote for by year’s end.
The $3 million to $5 million project and the possible referendum for it were discussed at a district board of education meeting Monday. District Superintendent Noel Patterson said Tuesday that although the exact costs and scope haven’t been determined yet, the project will focus on updating and renovating district facilities.
The three main items the district wants to cover are replacing the district pool’s dehumidification system, resurfacing the track and replacing a portion of the Cato-Meridian Community Recreation Center’s roof, Patterson said. He said the district would also like to fit in renovations like work on various classrooms and lockers.