The Susquehanna Valley School District is hosting a series of public information meetings to go over a proposal to make repairs and improvements at three of its school buildings.

District officials say the $3,189,000 project will be funded through aid from New York State and the use of $700,000 from the district's capital reserve fund with no impact on school taxes.

The proposal involves a new roof and asbestos abatement at the Brookside Elementary School, electrical upgrades at Richard T. Stank Middle School and replacement of a portion of the roof at the high school along with installation of a new theatrical lighting system, improvements to the original house lighting system in the auditorium, replacement of school lockers and improvements to classrooms to accommodate the high school technology and pre-engineering programs.

The informational meetings are scheduled for 7 p.m. November 5th at Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School, November 7th at Brookside Elementary School and November 12th at Richard T. Stank Middle School.

Residents are scheduled to vote on the renovation proposal from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, December 10 in the high school gymnasium.