Bethlehem voters split on projects
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BETHLEHEM, N.Y. -- Taxpayers in the Bethlehem Central School District gave the go-ahead on one project while rejecting another.
Voters approved a $20 million building and technology project and shot down a plan to spend $3.5 million on track and field improvements.
The main building and technology project that passed will allow for the construction of a new roof and will pay for items like security cameras and other "safety enhancements."
Someone who owns a $100,000 home will see an increase in taxes of $17.