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May 25, 2017

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Duanesburg CSD residents approve budget, bus and property purchase propositions and elect three to Board of Education

May 16, 2017

 

Duanesburg Central School District residents voted 376 to 191 to approve a proposed $16,317,500 budget for the 2017-18 school year, a 66.3 percentage of approval.

Voters approved 378 to 192 a proposition to purchase a 65-passenger, propane-powered school bus; a 42-passenger, gasoline-powered school bus and a 20-passenger, gasoline-powered school bus at a maximum total cost of $270,000.

They also approved by a vote of 347 to 221 a proposition to allow Duanesburg Central School District to purchase property at 1744 Alexander Road in Delanson at a cost of $100,000 plus ordinary and customary closing costs. The purchase will use the district’s fund balance and have no tax impact.

District residents elected Jennifer Sexton and Camille J. Siano Enders to the Board of Education for three-year terms beginning July 1 and ending June 30, 2020. Those seats are held until June 30 by Mike Jackson and Mara Burns, who did not seek reelection to the Board.

District residents also elected Joshua Menzies to a one-year term on the Board beginning May 17, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018. That seat had been filled by Tina Gamache, who was appointed earlier this school year to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Bob Fiorini.

Visit the budget page for detailed information about the budget, propositions and Board of Education elections.

 

 

 




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