Voters took to the polls Tuesday and most polls closed just after 9 PM for voting on school district budget proposals throughout the state.

Locally, many districts in Broome and Tioga Counties are adding positions thanks to increases in state aid tied to the gap elimination adjustment.

At this time preliminary results show that residents voted to pass multiple area budgets and propositions.


Binghamton City School District 2015-2016 Budget: 768 yes, 230 no.

Johnson City School District Budget, and Bus Proposition that will allow the purchase of three 66 passenger buses.

Chenango Forks School District's Budget: 336 yes, 81 votes no votes.

Sidney Central School District passed four separate propositions including its 2015-2016 budget.

Union Endicott Central School District Budget: 581 yes, 182 no votes. The bus proposition also passed.

Susquehanna Valley: voters approved the 36.9 million dollar budget proposition by 365 yes, 97 no.

The SV school board also had four candidates were vying for three available seats on the board of education: winning those seats were Ryan Andres, Robert Strick and Mark Leighton.

The Greene Central School District passed its almost 25 million dollar budget proposition, along with Candor Central School District which passed its budget and its bus proposition.

Afton Central School District passed its budget with 186 yes, 58 no.

These are all preliminary results.