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Schoharie residents approve budget, bus purchase and capital project propositions and elect two to Board of Education

Schoharie Central School District residents voted 389 to 143 to approve a proposed $23,415,819 budget for the 2017-18 school year, which is a 73 percentage of approval.

District residents also approved:

 - A capital renovation and reconstruction project proposition by a vote of 375 to 156, a 71 percentage of approval;

- A proposition to establish capital reserve fund to cover the local share of the cost of the project using the district's available fund balance, by a vote of 397 to 133;

- A proposition to purchase four school buses as part of the district's ongoing bus replacement program by a vote of 405 to 128.

District residents elected John Florussen and Laraine Gell to fill two open seats on the Board of Education.

Florussen will serve on the board effective immediately to finish the current term being served by Karen Olewnick, who was appointed last fall to fill a vacancy created when James Bleau resigned from the board after moving out of the district, and to then serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2017.

Gell will serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2017.




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