JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Voters in the Greater Johnstown School District approved a $15 million capital project. It was approved by 67 percent of voters.

They also approved a $3 million energy performance contract with a similar margin. The capital project includes improvements to the district’s five campuses.

The project will be paid for by financing $14 million and using $1 million from the district’s savings. Officials said the improvements should not increase the tax levy.