INSIDE THE FLX: Previewing Seneca Falls CSD capital project vote (podcast)

On Episode #82 of the Inside the FLX Podcast two officials from the Seneca Falls Central School District talk about the proposed $13.9 million capital improvement project, which is slated to come before voters on December 19th.

Jim Bruni, Seneca Falls Central School District Administrator of Business and Operations, and District Superintendent Bob McKeveny talked about the process moved through to get a proposal before voters.

The $13.9 million proposal, which includes upgrades that have been necessary for more than a decade in some cases, will culminate in delivering an updated experience for students, as well as added value for taxpayers.

RELATED: View the slideshow, outlining the Seneca Falls Central School District improvements

Nearly every structure owned by the district will be touched in this series of upgrades. The bus garage, as well as the district’s four schools will see updates to infrastructure, like an aging HVAC system at Frank Knight, as well as significant upgrades to classrooms, which will provide a modern learning experience for students.

The vote will take place inside the Mynderse Academy Senior High School lobby on December 19th from 2 pm until 8 pm.

Listen to the podcast below, or check out accompanying slides below the audio-only version outlining the proposal.


The learning experience for students has been unchanged in many parts of Mynderse Academy . The proposal will update the facility to provide a better experience for students.
Added drop-off and pick-up amenities at Cady Stanton will make a safer experience for students, staff, and area-residents.
The current bus garage will get the most-significant overhaul, which will correct issues highlighted in multiple surveys by state officials.
Outdated and inefficient spaces, like the bathrooms at Cady Stanton Elementary School have long-required attention.


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