May 16, 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Scotia-Glenville CSD budget approved by voters
On Tuesday, Scotia-Glenville Central School District voters approved the district’s proposed $62,959,582 budget for the 2023-24 school year by a margin of 823-223; and elected Karnjit Singh (678 votes), Kimberly Boucher Furnish (695 votes), and Pamela Carbone (629 votes) to serve three-year terms on the Board of Education. 80% of voters also approved a proposition to purchase one 72-passenger school bus, one 57-passenger bus with wheelchair capacity, and one Suburban.
Because the proposed tax levy increase of 2.99% or $941,814 meets the district’s allowable limit under the state’s property tax cap law, a simple majority vote (50% plus one vote) was needed to approve the budget. The budget proposal was approved by 79% of voters.
“We appreciate the community’s commitment to children and our schools,” said Superintendent Susan Swartz. “Our budget supports students while being mindful of our taxpayers. We made sure of it.”
For further information on how residents voted, please visit our Budget & Taxes Page.
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