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School Budget Results

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SOUTHERN TIER, N.Y. -

Taxpayers across the area headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote on their school district's proposed budget.

Below are the results. This list will be updated as numbers come in.

Binghamton City School District: The district's budget passed with 861 voting yes, and 156 voting no. 

Johnson City Central School District: The $55.4 million budget and the 2.51% tax levy increase passed with 399 voting yes and 179 voting no. The bus proposition to purchase three 66-passenger buses and one 7-passenger car was also approved with 405 voting yes and 170 voting no. 

Union-Endicott Central School District: The school budget passed with 841 voting yes and 264 voting no. Voters also approved the bus proposition with 880 voting yes and 228 voting no. 

Maine-Endwell: The school budget passed with 727 voting yes and 244 voting no, the bus proposition also passed with 752 voting yes and 224 voting no.

Chenango Valley Central School District: The $38.4 million school budget passed along with the 2.10% tax levy increase, 696 voting in favor and 113 voting against. The bus proposition passed with 707 voting yes and 103 voting no.

Susquehanna Valley Central School District: The $38 million budget passed with 303 voting yes and 40 voting no. Voters also approved a bus proposition with 196 voting yes and 48 voting no. 

Windsor Central School District: The budget passed with 317 voting yes, 94 voting no. The land purchase passed with 275 voting yes, and 133 voting no. Incumbents Margo Kibbler and Kevin Truman ran unopposed.

Chenango Forks Central School District: The school budget of $33.8 million and a 1.8% tax levy increase passed with, 220 voting yes and 49 voting no. 

Owego Apalachin Central School District: The $46.7 million school budget passed along with the tax levy increase of 1.96% with 510 voting yes and 209 voting no. Voters also approved the purchase of five school buses with 527 voting yes and 189 voting no. 

Whitney Point Central School District: Voters approved the school budget with 172 voting yes and 82 voting no.

Sidney Central School District: The school budget passed with 130 voting yes and 31 voting no. The library budget passed with 135 voting yes and 25 voting no. The bus vote passed with 132 voting yes and 27 voting no.

Harpursville Central School District: The $19.6 million school budget passed with 137 voting yes and 35 voting no.

Candor Central School District: The $18.7 million school budget passed with 167 voting yes and 38 voting no. 

Afton Central School District: The budget passed with 163 voting yes and 49 voting no. The bus resolution passed with 148 voting yes and 64 voting no. Ted King was elected to the Board of Education. The Afton Free Library vote also passed.

Greene Central School District: The $26.4 million school budget passed with 198 voting yes and 119 voting no. The Moore memorial library also passed with 237 voting in favor and 78 voting against. 

Walton Central School District: The $20.8 million school budget was passed with 323 voting yes and 120 voting no. Voters also approved to lease three new school buses for five years, with 303 voting yes and 140 voting no. Ronda Williams and Arnold Drumm were elected to Board of Education seats.