Referendum Fails for Glenville-Emmons

Glenville-Emmons Schools will not be getting a new building, at least for now. Voters rejected the authorization of the sale of general obligation bonds in Tuesday’s vote.   According to unofficial results, there were 579 “Yes” votes and 719 “No” votes.  The referendum asked voters to authorize the sale of general obligation building bonds not to exceed $37.42 million “for acquisition and betterment of school sites and facilities including, but not limited to, the construction of a new PK-12 school.”