Three Village residents approved a $56 million bond proposal Tuesday to finance repairs to the district's schools.
The proposal passed by a margin of 1,034-619.
The bond will fund so-called Efficiency Project and it will include significant repairs to aging infrastructure at all district schools, officials have said.
Although the total anticipated cost of the project is $56.2 million, 66 percent of that total will be funded by the state, officials said. For the average homeowner in the Three Village district, the project will cost about $119 a year over a 15-year period beginning in the 2015-16 school year.