The proposed budget that voters in the Penn Yan school district will vote on Tuesday totals just over 36-MILLION dollars, which carries with it a 2.29 percent increase in the tax levy from the current year. Superintendent Howard Dennis says the district has been able to do a variety of positive things with the budget, while keeping the tax levy at a fair and minimal rate.
We asked Howard if the budget contained any cuts to programs or positions.
In addition to the budget, residents in the district will also vote on a transportation proposition, as well as electing four candidates to serve on the school board. Voting takes place Tuesday from noon until 8 at the Academy gymnasium.