School Budget/School Board Voting Results

May 15, 2018

10:20pm

Hornell School voting results: 

Prop 1 – the budget passed, 230 yes votes, 108 no votes, (there were two affidavits).  Officials say the budget passed, 67.647% 

Prop 2 – the bus lease prop, passed, 248 yes votes, 78 no votes, it was a 75.802%  in favor of the bus prop. 

Also in Hornell, Sarah Broderick was elected to the Josh Delaney seat on the school board, Delaney did not seek re-election.

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Arkport Central –

All seven propositions passed, the main budget passed in Arkport, 168 yes votes, 40 no votes.

Arkport voters approved:

  • A $10,895,722 budget for the 2018-19 school year that increases spending 2.2 percent ($234,370), and carries a 1.75 percent tax levy increase ($61,307): 168 yes, 40
  • The purchase of a 66-passenger school bus and a six-passenger Dodge Grand Caravan at a total cost not to exceed $140,000: 167 yes, 33
  • The election of new Board of Education member Tim Bailey, who received 55 votes and will serve a five-year term starting July 1. A total of 18 write-in candidates received votes.
  • The creation of three reserve accounts:
    • A capital reserve fund, to allow the district to set aside money for future construction projects and major purchases: 178 yes, 30 no
    • A transportation reserve fund to finance the purchase of school buses, vehicles and equipment: 174 yes, 34 no
    • A technology reserve fund to finance the acquisition and installation of technology equipment: 176 yes, 33 no
    • An equipment reserve fund to finance the purchase of equipment and supplies: 178 yes, 32 no

“Thank you to all Arkport residents who made it to the polls today,” Superintendent of Schools Jesse Harper said. “I feel fortunate to serve a community that consistently prioritizes a quality academic program for its children.”


Canisteo-Greenwood Results:

Budget                                                                 294 Yes                80 No

Library Fund                                                       246 Yes                127 No

$14,829,839 Capital Project                         270 Yes                103 No

$10,000,000 Capital Reserve                       268 Yes                104 No

Marcy Bradley and Fred Thompson were re-elected to their three year terms. 

Marcy Bradley                   272

Fred Thompson                171

Thomas Franclemont      134

Joe Harrington                   118

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Alfred Almond Central: 

Budget
Yes 242 No 73

Bus purchase (2) Two 66-Passenger Buses
Yes 248 No 67

Expend from Capital Reserve Fund
Yes 279 No 35

Libraries
Yes 219 No 94

Board Members
Nadine Shardlow 262


CANASERAGA CENTRAL:

The budget passed, 61 yes votes, 22 no votes

The library proposition passed, 51 yes votes, 29 no votes

School board race winner: Nichole McIntosh, 71 votes

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Jasper-Troupsburg: 

The budget passed, 225 yes votes, 35 no votes (87% approval)

Prop 2: Establishment of a Capital Reserve Fund: 235 yes votes, 31 no votes

Elected to the school board at JT – Jason Hayes and Amy Aldrich, Hayes – 126 votes, Aldrich 100 votes

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Andover Central: 

Prop 1 the budget: 181 yes votes, 57 no votes 

Prop 2 the bus purchase: 200 yes votes, 39 no votes

Prop 3 the vehicle purchase – 188 yes votes, 52 no votes

Prop 4 transferring capital reserve funds to capital reserve: 194 yes votes, 44 no votes

Also in Andover, Dawn Niedermaier wins a school board seat, 140 votes for Niedermaier.