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Facilities Plan: 2001-2010

The original plan, the plan today
Almost every elementary and middle school in the City School District of Albany is being newly built and/or renovated as part of the comprehensive facilities project. Originally approved by voters in 2001, with referenda to adjust budgets and the scope of work at particular schools in 2002, the project has passed its halfway point.

The table below includes the original budget for each school and how that budget has changed as the project progressed. The final budgets have been established for the first four phases. Budgets for the final two phases have not been established. Schools included in the final two phases are marked with the notation "TBD". 

School Original budget (2001) Revised budget (2003) Adjustments Final budget (2005)
Albany High School $527,000 $33,000 0 $560,000
Arbor Hill Elementary School $2,315,000

$6,230,000

$15,000

0

0

TBD

$2,330,000

TBD

Eagle Point Elementary
(formerly PS 27)
$8,759,000 $459,477 $842,142 $10,491,926
Harriet Gibbons High School 0 $4,020,000 0 $4,020,000
Giffen Memorial Elementary School $9,966,000 0 TBD TBD
Hackett Middle School $17,450,000 0 $16,050,000 $33,500,000
Philip Livingston Magnet Academy $19,422,000 0 ($19,422,000) 0
Montessori Magnet School $9,204,000 $577,250 0 $9,781,250
Stephen & Harriet Myers Middle School $30,914,000 $2,843,385 0 $33,757,385
North Albany Academy
(formerly PS 20)
$9,643,000 $506,491 $342,435 $10,491,926
Thomas O'Brien Academy of Science & Technology $7,420,000 0 TBD TBD
Public School 16 $10,979,000 0 $1,721,000 $12,700,000
Public School 18 $9,907,100 0 $2,793,000 $12,700,000
Public School 19 $8,541,000 0 TBD TBD
Philip Schuyler Achievement Academy
(formerly PS 21)
$8,958,000 $864,057 0 $9,822,057
Sheridan Preparatory Academy $11,620,000 ($290,500) 0 $11,329,500
Sunshine Facility $1,215,000 0 ($1,184,577) $30,423
Land Acquisition $3,400,000 ($258,160)   $3,141,840
         

TOTAL PROJECT

$176,470,000 $8,770,000   $185,240,000
 
NOTES:
*Philip Livingston Magnet Academy has been removed from the facilities plan and may be closed due to projected charter school enrollments.
*Sunshine School in Lincoln Park is no longer used as a school and now serves as offices for the district's pupil personnel and special education programs.
*The original scope of work for Arbor Hill Elementary has changed based on structural problems.

 

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