All ends well with SCS renovation

Children at Salisbury Central School seemed happy with the recent renovations on the upper building. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

LAKEVILLE — Back in February 2016, architect Al Jacunski left jaws on the floor when he told the town school board and the Board of Finance that Salisbury Central School needed $8.5 million in renovations.

The town responded by a) ignoring Jacunski and b) forming a building committee, headed by Michael Clulow.

Two and a half years later, the renovations are done, at a cost of $2.25 million.

School board Chairman David Valcin took a group through the upper building prior to the board meeting on Monday, Oct. 22.

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