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School Budget 2022-2023

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Updated: May 18, 2022 07:08 AM
Created: May 17, 2022 04:49 PM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. WHEC — School districts in the Rochester area released the results of Tuesday's vote on new budget proposals. Every school district that sent their results to our newsroom approved their budget.

District residents also headed to the polls to vote on propositions and members of the board of education. Here are the results:

School Budget - $93,153,759.    YES - 1,967        NO - 461       PASSED

Proposition Capital improvement in the amount of $7,200,000.  YES - 2,038    NO - 376

Board of Education Candidates:

Karen Hatch     1,528, Sandra Tindale Carl 941,  Melaney Bernhardt   368, Peter Wegman    521, Eleanor Haruko Oi  1,528

Brockport Central School District

Proposition 1: School Budget - $14,991,637. Yes: 603    No: 379

Board of Education candidates:  Jeffrey Harradine

Churchville-Chili Central School District

Proposition 1: School Budget - $94,760,783.  Yes: 870    No: 423

Proposition 2:  Bus Purchase Yes: 854    No: 441

Proposition 3: Create a $15 million Capital Reserve Fund Yes: 891    No: 406

Board of Education candidates:  Steve Hogan 949, Kathleen Dillon 714, Thomas Albano 552, Michelle Aloi 484, Kevin Johnson 480, Ashley Renz 422

East Irondequoit Central School District

Proposition 1: School Budget - $90,794,212  Yes: 825    No: 372

Proposition 2: New Capital Reserve Fund:  Yes: 851    No: 344

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)  Jessica Krupa: 820, Kimberly Lasher: 718, Jeffrey Petrie: 658, Donald Markham: 448, Nick Ryck: 430

East Rochester Union Free School District

Proposition 1: School Budget - $30,255,842  Yes: 202    No: 41

Board of Education candidates: Mr. Vincent Antonicelli

Fairport Central School District

School Budget - $144,066,754. Capital improvement in the amount of $5,399,298  Yes:  2,361   No:  813   PASSED

Proposition 1 Capital Technology Reserve Fund:   Yes:  2,401   No:   752   PASSED

Proposition 2: Expend from Capital Technology Reserve Fund: Yes:  2,615   No:   551  PASSED

Proposition 3:  Create a 2022 Capital Technology Reserve Fund: Yes:  2,476  No:   684   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (2)  Dr. Brian Moritz 2,116, Patricia Edwards 1,371, Janice Fortuna 2,144

Public LIbrary Yes - 2,466   No - 699   PASSED

Gates-Chili School District

Proposition 1 School Budget: $122,337,409  Yes: 869     No: 403

Proposition 2: Bus Purchases - Yes: 837    No: 436

Proposition 3: Establish Capital Reserve for Security Infrastructure - Yes: 911    No: 360

Proposition 4: Use of capital reserve funds audiovisual technology equipment supplies - Yes: 963    No: 314

Board of Education candidates: (3)  Francis (Frank) Muscato (incumbent) 818, Dr. Christine Brown Richards (incumbent) 799, Michael A. Bailey (incumbent) 776

Greece School District

School Budget: $265,785,670. Increase of $18,600,570.  Yes - 2,167   No - 1,155  PASSED

Proposition 1: Bus Replacement Purchase -  Yes:  2,252   No:  1,136   PASSED

Proposition 2: Land Purchase - Yes:  2,454   No:  955   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)  Megan Ferra 1,756, Keith P. Shaw 1,556, Michael Valicenti 1,508, Mark Buonaugurio 1,696, Terry Melore 1,629, Robert LaPlaca 1,480

Hilton School District 

School Budget: $91,986,886  Yes:   1128  No:   477   PASSED

Bus Proposition: Yes:   1167   No:  442   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)  Therese Flannery 820, Nancy Pickering 872, Melissa Levato 542, Mark Hilburger 952, Andrea Mendez 284, Lynda Donovan 809

Honeoye Falls-Lima School District  

School Budget: $57,224,420  Yes: 1102    No: 396

Bus Purchase:   Yes: 1076    No: 424

Capital Reserve Fund: Yes: 1116    No: 374

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)  David Francis - 989, Stephanie Templeton - 968, Joel Robinson - 835, Mariann Hughes - 632, Jessica Kelly - 57

Penfield School District 

School Budget: $109,153,415   Yes:  1,717    No: 888   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)  Emily Belcer 1,635, Nicole Doyley 1,547, Krista Khan 1,485, Dana Marrer 985, Grant Kirk 1,121

Pittsford Central School District 

School Budget: $149,598,788  Yes:  2,419   No:   998  PASSED

Proposition 1: Purchase of Busses - Yes:   2,726   No:   686  PASSED

Proposition 2: Capital Reserve Fund - Instructional Technology  Yes:    2,753   No:   661   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (2 seats)  Nancy Clifford Lewis 955, David Berk 1,534, Emily Kay 1,937, Tricia Gonzalez-Johnson 1,333

Rush-Henrietta School District 

School Budget: $151,625,968  Yes:   1,499  No:   581   PASSED

Proposition 2: Bus ExpendituresUp to $2,500,000 Yes:    1,657   No:   421    PASSED

Proposition 3: Capital Reserve Fund - Over 10 years, $20,000,000  Yes:   1,657   No:  421   PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (2 seats)  Suzanne Bennett 870, Mai Abdullah 960, Bakar Ali 380, Carrie Silva Martin 645, Regan Howlett 699, and Nicole Stubinger 444. 

Spencerport School District

School Budget: $88,042,080  Yes: 865      No: 459

Board of Education candidates: Megan Sarkis (825); Gary Bracken (811); and Michael Miceli (721)

Webster School District

School Budget: $195,813,457  Yes:  2,883   No:  1.964   PASSED

Proposition 1: School Bus Purchases - Yes:  3,036   No:  1,802  PASSED

Board of Education candidates: (3 seats)   Richard Fraser 831, Carole Barnabas 2,147, Jennifer Fonseca 1,727, Jason Siwik 1,156, Linda Dioguardi 2,397, Charlie Roods 2,134, Jill Joy 1,102, Louie Levin 1,509

West Irondequoit School District 

School Budget: $82,403,923  Yes:  1187     No:   377   PASED as did both propositions

Board of Education candidates: (2 seats)  Courtney Shouse, Matt Sullivan, 

Wheatland-Chili School District 

School Budget: $20,836,533 Yes: 353    No: 97

Proposition 2: Tranportation Purchases - Yes: 368    No: 82

Proposition 3: Classroom furnishings purchase - Yes: 388    No: 67

Proposition 4: Capital Improvement Project - Yes: 338    No: 115

Board of Education candidates: (2 seats)    Greg Berl  310, Keith Nicolosi 247, Cindy Dawson 264 votes 

GENESEE COUNTY

Alexander Central School

PROPOSITION #1 - BASIC BUDGET — Yes 83 | No 44

PROPOSITION #2 – BUS PURCHASES — Yes 92 | No 35

PROPOSITION #3 - EQUIPMENT CAPITAL RESERVE FUND — Yes 97 | No 31 

PROPOSITION #4 - ESTABLISH CAPITAL RESERVE FUND — Yes 86 | No 38

PROPOSITION #5 - SCHOOL BUS RESERVE FUND — Yes 85 | No 39

ELECTION OF BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBER ONE POSITION FOR A TERM OF FIVE (5) YEARS - Molly Grimes 94

Batavia City School District

#1  Budget  Yes – 301  No – 108
Board Member Election   (3) Positions to be filled: Chezeray Rolle 368,  John Marucci 346, Korinne Anderson 346

Byron-Bergen Central School District 

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET   YES - 244 NO - 98 PASSED

PROPOSITION #2 BUS PURCHASE  YES - 252  NO - 89

PROPOSITION #3 SCHOOL VEHICLE RESERVE   YES - 245  NO - 95

BOARD OF EDUCTION:  Carlson 292, Ball 284, Cook 287

Elba Central School District

Proposition #1 (Budget) – Yes –100 | No – 17 

Proposition #2 (New bus purchase) – Yes – 102 | No – 15

Proposition #3 – (Capital Outlay Reserve Fund) Yes – 104 | No – 1

Two Board Members elected for five (5) year terms :  Travis Torrey, Incumbent – 100 votes , Mercy Caparco – 106 votes

Le Roy Central School District

PROPOSITION #1  BUDGET  YES - 474   NO - 137   PASSED

PROPOSITION #2 LIBRARY  YES - 509   NO - 103   PASSED

SCHOOL BOARD (3)  Peter Loftus 458, Randa Wiliams 196, Jason Karcher 382, Rachel Greene 464

Pavilion Central School District

Budget vote – Yes – 107 | No – 20

Pembroke Central School District

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET:  YES 272   NO 98  PASSED     PROPOSITION #2 BUS PURCHASE   YES 276   NO 93  PASSED

LIVINGSTON COUNTY 

Avon Central School District

PROPOSITION 1 BUDGET     YES - 244   NO - 62     PASSED

PROPOSITION 2 BUSES        YES - 255   NO - 49     PASSED

PROPOSITION 3 CAPITAL EQUIPMENT      YES - 243   NO - 60     PASSED

PROPOSITION 4 CAPITAL FUND   YES- 247   NO - 63   PASSED

PROPOSITION 5  LIBRARY   YES - 240  NO - 63    PASSED

Click here to see the results.

Caledonia-Mumford Central School District 

PROPOSITION 1 BUDGET:   YES - 643  NO - 268   PASSED

PROPOSITION 2 BUS PURCHASE:   YES - 695   NO - 214   PASSED

PROPOSITION 3 CAPITAL RESERVE   YES - 677   NO - 220  PASSED

Board of Eduction  Christopher Richter - re-elected; Elizabeth Dietrich- elected

Mount Morris Central School District

Proposition #1 ($17,136,247 Budget) – PASSED Yes –113 | No – 13

Proposition #2 (Library) – PASSED Yes –111 | No – 15

Board of Education Members: Connic Demison (3-year term), Peter Privitera (3-year term), Stephanie Gehrig (3-year term), Deborah Schmidt (1-year term)

York Central School District 

Budget Vote:    169   Yes        57    No     Passed

ONTARIO COUNTY

Bloomfield Central School District

Proposition 1 - 2022-2023 Budget ($23,039,605)              YES - 161           NO - 72                   Passed

Proposition 2 - Buses ($302,000)                                       YES - 180           NO - 53                   Passed            

Library Budget ($184,295)                                                  YES - 178           NO - 55                   Passed

Board Elections - 2 Candidates

Pam Nakoski  -  Votes: 200, Tonya McFadden  -  Votes: 193

Canandaigua City School District

BUDGET    YES -- 1,028    NO -- 324   PASSED

PROPOSITION  #2 BUSES   YES -- 1,049   NO -- 291   PASSED

PROPOSITION #3 LIBARY   YES -- 981   NO -- 386   PASSED

BOARD OF EDUCATION   Dr. Jen Schneider -- 1,098   Ms. Jennifer Tessendorf -- 1,081 Both elected

Victor Central School District 

LIBRARY EXPANSION

YES - 1,415   NO - 3,256

ORLEANS COUNTY

Albion Central School District 

"All four budget propositions passed. Wayne Wadhams and write-in candidate Ocie Bennett, Jr. were elected to fill two vacant board seats. Voting for the board positions broke down to 394 for Wadhams, 347 for Bennett, 156 for Kevin Doherty and two write-in votes for Geno Allport.

 "The 2022-2023 school budget passed by a margin of 406-98, the bus purchase 427-72, the Hoag Library budget 380-124  and the establishment and proposed initial funding and the utilization of a new capital improvement reserve fund 394-106.

Holley Central School District

    YES    NO    PASS/FAIL
BUDGET    235    130    PASS
RESERVE FUND    233    138    PASS
BUSES    232    139    PASS
LIBRARY    274    100    PASS
            
BOE MEMBERS (VOTE FOR 2)           
VAN AMERON    287        ELECTED, WINKLEY    281        ELECTED

Kendall Central School District

PROPOSITION #1  KCSD 2021-22 Budget — Yes 123 | No 26

PROPOSITION #2  Transportation Fund Usage — Yes 130 | No 19

PROPOSITION #3  Establish Capital Reserve Fund — Yes 129 | No 19

PROPOSITION #4 Board of Education Members – 1 Open Seat goes to Lisa Levett

Lyndonville Central School District

Proposition 1- Budget  Yes- 226, No- 76  Passed  74.8%
Proposition 2- Library  Yes- 199, No- 104
Proposition 3- Bus Purchase  Yes- 248, No- 57

Board Candidates
James Houseman- 168, Vernon Fonda- 185, Kristin Nicholson- 171, Harold Suhr- 178

SENECA COUNTY

Romulus Central School

Proposition 1: (2022-2023 Budget)  Passed 89 Yes  8 No

Proposition 2: (Capital Reserve Bus Purchase)  Passed 90 Yes  8 No

Proposition 3: (Library Levy)  Passed 79 Yes  19 No

BOE Seats       
Kim Wolverton 84 votes, Rachelle Fletcher 81 votes      

Write-In Candidates:   Mel Collinsworth 1

Seneca Falls Central School District

All propositions passed.    

Machine    Absentee    Total    Machine    Absentee    Total     

PROPOSITIONS                                   
Proposition #1-Budget Vote    427    48    475    159    29    188    Pass 
Proposition #2-General Capital Reserve Fund    470    57    527    110    18    128    Pass 
Proposition #3-Capital Bus Reserve Fund    462    54    516    119    22    141    Pass 
Proposition #4-Purchase of Buses    463    58    521    121    17    138    Pass 
Proposition #5-Seneca Falls Library Tax Levy    407    44    451    175    31    206    Pass 
    Machine    Absentee    Total                

ELECTED BOARD MEMBERS                               
Denise Lorenzetti    327    50   &nb

STEUBEN COUNTY

Wayland-Cohocton Central School District

Jasper-Troupsburg Central School District

Budget vote — Passed 140 Yes | 14 No 

Bus proposition — Passed 126 Yes | 21 No

Capital Reserve Proposition — Passed 141 Yes | 12 No

Board Seats:

Jodi M VanGorden (5-year term), Chad C. Groff (5-year term), Adam Button (3-year term)

WAYNE COUNTY

Clyde-Savannah Central School District

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET - 181 Yes    95  No

PROPOSITION #2  BUS PURCHASE 163 Yes  113 No 

PROPOSITION #3  CAPITAL RESERVE  169 Yes   102  No

PROPOSITION #4  STUDENT EX-OFFICO  227  Yes  42  No

Board of Education

VanDuyne 162, Ellwood 121, Drahms 119, Malbone 137

Marion Central School District

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET — 335 Yes | 111 No Passed

PROPOSITION #2 – USE OF BUS PURCHASE RESERVE — 368 Yes | 80 No Passed

PROPOSITION #3 ELECTION OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS — 211 John Reesor, 207 Jason Monroe

North Rose-Wolcott Central School

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET — 191 Yes | 72 No Passed

PROPOSITION #2 BUS PURCHASE — 200 Yes | 62 No Passed

PROPOSITION #3 LIBRARY — 206 Yes | 58 No Passed

PROPOSITION #4 CAPITAL RESERVE — 205 Yes | 62 No Passed

John Boogaard        191, Michael VanAkin  70, Shelly Cahoon  167, Karli Starczewski   108

Manchester Shortsville Central School District

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET -- 345 YES    101  NO   PASSED

PROPOSITION #2 BUS -- 360 YES   87 NO   PASSED

BOARD OF EDUCATION --  Shannon 100, Schaertl 215, Speers 122

North Rose-Wolcott Central School

PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET — 191 Yes | 72 No Passed

PROPOSITION #2 BUS PURCHASE — 200 Yes | 62 No Passed

PROPOSITION #3 LIBRARY — 206 Yes | 58 No Passed

PROPOSITION #4 CAPITAL RESERVE — 205 Yes | 62 No Passed

John Boogaard        191, Michael VanAkin  70, Shelly Cahoon  167, Karli Starczewski   108

Palmyra-Macedon Central School District

Budget ($45,651,000 with a 1.7% tax levy increase) — 449  Yes | 175 No

Bus Purchase Reserve — 484 Yes | 141 No

Capital Reserve Fund &m

Red Crek Central School District

BUDGET  YES - 379   NO - 83

BUS PURCHASE  YES - 379  NO - 91

LIBRARY  YES - 326  NO - 12


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