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$3.6M Security System Proposed for Newburgh Schools
During the March 20th, 2018 Board of Education meeting, the district unveiled its proposed upgrade to the district security system. The $3.6 million dollar plan would include digital security cameras, keycard entrance systems, visitor management systems, an automatic lockdown system, and more. The plan would be funded through the New York State Smart Schools Bond Act. Additional information about the proposal can found in the plan submitted to NYS for approval, and in the Times Herald Record article.
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