The Lynbrook Board of Education announced two potential capital project plans at Wednesday's meeting – the final result of which would be in Lynbrook.
The original capital project plan, revealed at the Feb. 29 , called for a turf field at North Middle School, as well as a track replacement and turf field at South Middle School, along with several other additions to North.
These projects would remove $6,125,000 from the capital reserve fund. That fund currently contains $6.9 million, according to Assistant Superintendent of Business Dr. Melissa Burak.
A third turf field at Marion Street Elementary – which would be a separate second project to the one at both middle schools – was also considered at one point to follow the completion of the two middle school improvements.
Residents have already begun sounding off as to whether to the fields would be a good use of the capital reserve fund, but what do you think?