Taxpayers in three different school districts voted on capital projects on Tuesday.

Voters in the Fairport Central School District voted to approve security and safety improvements at all of its buildings. The cafeteria and gymnasium at Fairport High School will also be renovated.

The project is expected to cost about $56.7 million. If passed, property taxes will increase by about $45 a year for the average homeowner.

Polls were also open in the East Irondequoit and Midlakes school districts. State aid is expected to help fund the two capital projects, which means there would be no increase to taxpayers.

Voters in the East Irondequoit Central School District approved the $29.8 million capital improvement project 524 to 144.

The capital project was passed in the Midlakes school district, 307 to 72.