Residents of the Union-Endicott School District will vote on a $7 million capital project plan in December.

District officials say dozens of projects would be authorized if the referendum is approved. They say state aid is expected to cover most of the cost.

The projects include work at seven Union-Endicott schools and at the district office building on East Main Street in Endicott.

The referendum is scheduled for December 10 at the school district polling places. Public meetings will be held before the planned vote.

If the capital projects are approved, construction likely would start in the spring or summer of 2015.