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Voters in the Clymer Central School District have approved a $5.8 million capital improvement plan by a vote of 392 to 106.

Superintendent Karen Raccuia said Tuesday's approval will allow the district to upgrade the heating and ventilation, and the electrical and plumbing systems, and to remove some asbestos.

The state will pick up 90.3 percent of the cost.

The rest will be paid for through a tax increase that would amount to $30.04 annually on a home assessed at the district average of $50,000.

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