The Penn Yan School District will hold its budget vote and election of Board members as scheduled tomorrow despite the flood disaster last week. School Superintendent David Hamilton says the state allows very little wiggle room.
Hamilton says they don't have a dollar estimate yet for flood and rain damage to district buildings and grounds.
Again the budget vote and board election is Tuesday from noon until 8:00 PM at the Penn Yan Academy Gymnasium.
The 2014-2015 budget proposal for Penn Yan comes to just over 33 million dollars.
Dundee school district residents will be asked to vote Tuesday on a proposed 16.5-MILLION dollar budget, which is a 9.8-percent increase over this year's spending plan. The budget carries with it a 3.9 percent tax increase. In addition to the budget, residents will vote on two separate propositions. The first authorizes the school to purchases three buses, while the 2nd would authorize the school board to enter into a contract for educational services with the Dundee Library for 145-THOUSAND dollars. Incumbent school board members James Hill, Jared Webster and John Frederick are all running unopposed for re-election Voting takes place in the DCS meeting room from noon until 8
Voters in the Watkins Glen school district head to the polls Tuesday to vote on a 24-MILLION dollar spending plan, an increase of about 697-THOUSAND dollars from this year's budget. The budget carries with it a 2.76 percent tax levy increase. 7 candidates are seeking three available seats on the school board. Voting takes place Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. in the high school office lobby