GARDEN CITY - The historic St. Paul's School in Garden City has been saved.
Yesterday, residents overwhelmingly defeated a referendum calling for the demolition of the 128-year-old building, according to Newsday.
The Village Council would have used $3.7 million in bonds to knock down the former Episcopal boys boarding school.
The council said the upkeep was just too expensive.
St. Paul's on Stewart Avenue was once a top prep school in the nation.
Residents to vote on fate of historic Garden City school