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School Budget 2017: Schoharie County

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Below are the details of proposed school budgets and other matters to be voted on Tuesday. Results will be posted as they come in Tuesday night.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Cobleskill-Richmondville Central Schools
2017-2018 Budget -- $40,459,022 -- $891,573 spending increase -- .60% tax levy increase APPROVED
3 School Board Seats: Susan Emerson Strasser, Steven Philbrick, and Bruce Tryon were re-elected to three-year terms on the C-RCS Board of Education

Gilboa-Conesville CSD
2017-2018-Budget $10,347, 770 PASSED
Board of Election : Karl Gockel ELECTED
Expand Capital Reserve Fund for Bus Purchases: PASSED
Establish New Capital Reserve Fund for Bus Purchases: PASSED
Establish New Capital Reserve Fund for Building Project and Renovations: PASSED

Jefferson Central School
2017-2018 Budget -- $6,587,718 -- $25,491 spending increase – 1.65% tax levy increase PASSED
Prop: Bus purchase – $113,000 (1 bus) PASSED
1 School Board Seat (1 candidate)

Middleburgh Central School District
2017-2018 Budget -- $21,784,576 -- $499,406 (2.35%) spending increase – 1.52% tax levy increase APPROVED
Prop: Bus purchase (2 buses) $224,644 APPROVED
1 School Board seat (1 candidate): Ernest W. Kuehl, Jr., was re-elected to the MCS Board of Education to serve a three-year term beginning in July.

Schoharie Central School District
2017-2018 Budget -- $23,415,819 -- $528,762 (2.13%) spending increase -- .19% tax levy increase APPROVED
Prop: Bus Purchase $305,000 (4 buses) APPROVED
Prop: Capital Reserve Fund $2.5 million APPROVED
2 School Board Seats (3 candidates) John Florussen, Laraine Gell ELECTED

Sharon Springs Central School District
2017-2018 Budget -- $9,306,453.12 -- 1.5% spending increase APPROVED

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