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Clarence, Sweet Home school projects aided by state bonds

A districtwide construction initiative in Clarence schools and a project to improve security and technology in Sweet Home schools both recently received a boost from state bond programs.

The state Dormitory Authority approved $25.8 million in low-cost, tax-exempt bonds for the Clarence Central School District to help pay for new security cameras, upgraded athletic fields and updates to boiler, electrical and plumbing equipment and flooring at Clarence High School, Clarence Middle School and the district's four elementary schools.

Separately, the Sweet Home Central School District received approval for its nearly $300,000 plan to invest in high-tech security and classroom technology. Funding comes from a different program, the Smart Schools Bond Act, which voters approved in 2014, according to state Sen. Michael Ranzenhofer, R-Amherst.

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