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School votes 2018: Complete results for Central New York schools

16 May 2018

Voters in the Shenendehowa School District Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $173.7 million budget for next year, re-elected two incumbent Board of Education members, and agreed to purchase 22 new buses.

Here's a district-by-district roundup.

The Westfield Academy and Central School's proposed budget was also turned down by its voters. After the win, in which Paretto received 1,031 votes, he said he was happy to see the organization's current makeup was maintained. Months ago the board voted to hire her and drop the interim label she had held since last summer. The budget is $19.8 million, and an incumbent is running unopposed to keep his seat on the board. Those funds are included in the Career & Technical Education budget, where they will pay for program improvements such as expanding Composites to a full-time course, creating a pre-engineering course and an introductory program to Foster Tech for 8th graders and underclassmen. The board has voted on school boundary changes, funding, schedule adjustments and weather policies without the public knowing how each member voted.

Statewide, school taxes are proposed to increase by about $515 million for the 2018-19 school year.

Board Chairwoman Anna Trevorrow said the board will vote Thursday on reductions.

Voters also approved by a 221-38 vote the purchase of one 66-passenger school bus not to exceed $118,000. The proposition to buy buses passed 52 to 48 percent.

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No district in Monroe County tried to go above the state tax cap on school budgets.

Bill Lueders, president of the open government advocacy group Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, said the proposal seems to give a lesser right of access to information to school board members than to anyone else. "I realized as hard as I worked it's nothing like I will have to do this next three years". The library budget will be $146,000. The budget will be formally adopted later during the meeting.

The district's tax rate is $11.81 per $1,000 of assessed value.

Voters also elected Board member Vanessa DiNitto by 256 to fill the seat now held by Joan Scannell, who did not seek re-election.

The vote in favor of the $64.3 million spending plan was 725-218. A mill is $1 on every $1,000 in property assessment.

Elected to three-year terms on the Board of Education were incumbent Gail Hutchins, with 595 votes, incumbent Nicole Parete, with 489, and Brian Martin, with 456.

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After contentious negotiations with one of the groups, the Sioux City School Board unanimously approved new contracts with four union groups when it met Monday.

The three closures are expected to save between $2.5 to $3 million total in the overall budget, according to Clark. These tax estimates are based on current information. Heather Soroka, now serves as vice president of the school board and is seeking a second term on the Board of Education.

Polls will be open from 7 9 p.m.

"Although the Legislature adjourned late Saturday night, we haven't gotten the final numbers from the Department of Education", she said.

The board will also vote Monday whether to accept a $280,000 bid from Horizon Construction Group Inc. of Sandy Lake to fix the high school retaining wall.

The North Collins proposed budget has been approved, 142-51, by its taxpayers. Total estimated tax revenue from the combined regular school and special levies is down $52,085 from a year ago.

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School votes 2018: Complete results for Central New York schools