The residents of Rocky Hill will be able to decide the fate of the renovation project when they will have the chance to vote in a referendum in six weeks.
the $45 million question of whether to renovate and expand the 30-year-old school to the voters, asking them to decide the project's future at a June 5 town-wide referendum.
The state is expected to reimburse the town about 44 percent of the project's costs, leaving taxpayers here to pay the remaining $28.55 million. The referendum question will include the cost of the separate water boiler for the pool ($64,014) and the addition of 60 parking spaces to the school ($230,452) for total of about $295,000.
Patch wants to know if you are for or against the referendum and is asking residents to vote in the poll below. Readers are also welcome to leave the reasoning behind their vote in the comment section.