HUDSON–Voters in the Hudson City School District approved two propositions in a special election Tuesday.
On Proposition 2, a $19.9-million bond issue to fund expansion and capital improvements at the M.C. Smith Intermediate School and capital improvements at Hudson High School and the John L. Edwards Primary School, the vote was Yes 611 versus No 399.
On Proposition 1, which authorizes the sale of Claverack School building on Route 23B, the vote was Yes 935 versus No 79.
The buyer of the Claverack School building is Jeffrey Gibson and the minimum price is $380,000. The building has not been used as a school for many years but was recently converted into a temporary county courthouse while the County Courthouse on Union Street underwent expansion and renovations.