Lockport Union-Sun & Journal —
The move would improve the quality of water for those on Reed Street, as well as nearby Roy B. Kelley by creating a looping water line. It will also lead to additional fire hydrants for the school.
The city will purchase materials and perform the work. The district is responsible for the stone for the pipe bedding.LOCKPORT CITY SCHOOLS PROPOSED 2013-14 BUDGET • TOTAL: $83 million, a spending increase of about $3.1 million or 3.96 percent compared to the current school year • TAX LEVY: Will rise 2 percent or $692,000 • VOTE: Polls are open from noon until 9 p.m. May 21 • POLLING PLACES: First Ward residents will vote at Washington Hunt, 2nd Ward residents will vote at the Board of Education building, 3rd Ward residents at Anna Merritt Elementary, 4th Ward at Charles Upson, 5th Ward at Roy B. Kelley and all other school district residents will vote at the high school Contact reporter Joe Olenick at 439-9222, ext. 6241 or follow him on Twitter @joeolenick.