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Residents approve school budgets

TRI-COUNTY AREA—Area residents approved all 2010-11 school district budgets and chose board members, during the annual vote, Tuesday, May 18.
The Penn Yan Central School District budget was approved 772-401.  A proposition to levy $105,000 in tax for a computer and related technology reserve fund was approved, 756-361.
There were four candidates running for four seats on the board.  Jeffrey Morehouse had the most votes with 923.  Jeff Bray had 874, Kathy Guenther had 868, and Anita Maroscher had 826.
The Watkins Glen school budget passed 282-125.  Two incumbents were on the ballot for two board seats.  Joseph Fazzary had 344 votes and Brian O'Donnell had 337 votes.
The Dundee school budget passed 215-142.  Three other propositions were on the ballot that also passed.  Residents approved letting a senior student serve as an ex officio member of the board of education, 270-82.
Residents also approved the district to enter into a contract with the Dundee Library, 205-147.  A Capital Reserve Fund was also created, 221-124.
Three board members were also voted on to fill three seats.  Paul Brown had 311 votes, Kristen VanValkenburg had 297 votes, and James Koehler had 283 votes.
The Odessa-Montour budget was approved 176-95.  A second proposition to increase the tax levy for the Dutton S. Peterson Memorial and Montour Falls Memorial Libraries was also approved, 164-106.   Residents voted to allow the district to purchase two more school buses this year, 177-92.  There were no board candidates on the ballot.
Hammondsport Central School District residents approved the budget, 308-68.  Two candidates were on the ballot for one board seat.  Francis Curran got 297 votes, to Rachael Draper's 119.
 


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