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2018-2019

Proposed 2018-2019 budget: $53,065,000
Vote May 15, 2018: 698 yes votes, 368 no votes, a margin of 65 percent

  • Spending increase: 4.17 percent
  • Tax Levy increase: 3.21 percent

Bus proposition: $470,000 to purchase three full-size, 72-passenger buses and three 33-passenger buses.
Bus vote749 yes votes, 320 no votes

Voters elected three Board of Education members: Patrick Ryan (773 votes); Pamela Young (723 votes); and Wade Abbott (645 votes)

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2017-2018

Proposed 2017-2018 budget: $50,940,000
Vote: 1,030 yes votes, 421 no votes, a margin of 71 percent

  • Spending increase: 5.32 percent
  • Tax Levy increase: 2.83 percent

Bus proposition: $420,000 to purchase two full-size, 66-passenger buses; one full-size 72-passenger bus; and one small bus equipped with a wheelchair lift
Bus vote: 857 yes votes, 287 no votes

BOE election: Two candidates elected
Lisa Gaglioti (828 votes) and Stacy MacTurk (860 votes)

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2016-2017

Proposed 2016-2017 budget: $48,365,409
Vote: 835 yes votes, 310 no votes, a margin of 71 percent

  • Spending increase: 0.76 percent
  • Tax Levy increase: 2.21 percent

Bus proposition: $560,000 to purchase five full-size, 66-passenger buses
Bus vote: 857 yes votes, 287 no votes

BOE election: Two candidates elected
Robert Piccirillo (770 votes) and Deborah Escobar (669 votes)

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2015-2016

Vote: Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Proposed budget: $48 million
Vote: 1,217 voting in favor and 548 voting against

  • Spending Increase: 3.44 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 2.13 percent

Bus Proposition: $460,000 proposition to purchase two full size 66-passenger buses and four, 34-passenger buses
Vote: 1,244 voting in favor and 512 voting against

BOE Election: Three candidates elected
Vote: Chad McFarland (776), Patrick Ryan (866) and Pamela Young (800)

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2014-2015

Vote: Tuesday, May 22, 2014

Proposed budget: $46.4 million
Vote: 859 voting in favor and 503 voting against

  • Spending Increase: 2.27 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 3.43 percent

Bus Proposition: $336,000 proposition to purchase three full size 66-passenger buses
Vote: 903 voting in favor and 456 voting against

BOE Election: Two candidates elected
Vote: Nancy del Prado (818 votes) and Lisa Gaglioti (720 votes)

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2013-2014

Vote: Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Proposed budget: $45.4 million
Vote: 934 voting in favor and 457 voting against

  • Spending Increase: 2.94 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 3.95 percent

Bus Proposition: $460,000 proposition to purchase four full size 66-passenger buses
Vote: 922 voting in favor and 463 voting against

BOE Election: Two candidates elected
Vote: Dominic Cafarelli (1,088) and Bob Piccirillo (1,059)

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2012-2013

Vote: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Proposed budget: $44.1 million
Vote: 1082 voting in favor and 589 voting against

  • Spending Increase: 2.75 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 2.278 percent

Bus Proposition: $290,000 proposition to purchase two full size 66-passenger buses and one 24-passenger wheelchair bus
Vote: 1,056 voting in favor and 609 voting against

BOE Election: Three candidates elected
Vote: Stacy MacTurk (1226), Gary Spadaro (1346) and Tom Andriola (1240)

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2011-2012

Vote: Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Proposed budget: $42.9 million
Vote: 1,272 voting in favor and 781 voting against

  • Spending Increase: 0.43 percent
  • Tax Levy Increase: 2.5 percent

Bus Proposition: $370,000 proposition to purchase three full-size 66-passenger buses and one Suburban
Vote: 1175 voting in favor and 870 voting against

BOE Election: Two candidates elected
Vote: Nancy del Prado (1532) and Mark Moran (1582)

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