Chenango Schools Budget And Election Results
Published: May 16th, 2018
By: Grady Thompson

Chenango schools budget and election results

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CHENANGO COUNTY – Chenango County residents voted on school district budgets and school board elections on Tuesday. The results are listed below.

Norwich City School District

NCSD residents voted to pass the district's $42.1 million budget with roughly 70 percent in favor by a vote of 671 to 280. The Guernsey Memorial Library budget was passed as well by a vote of 651 to 296, along with the district's bus proposition which passed by a vote of 679 to 262.

School board candidates Brian Burton, Brian Reid, and Jamie Maistros were elected to the three open seats on the board of education, beating out candidates Herb Ryan and Jennifer Collins. Burton received 659 votes, Reid 624 votes, Maistros 539 votes, Ryan 397 votes, and Collins 407 votes.

Unadilla Valley School District

UVCSD residents voted to pass the district's $20.2 millions budget with about 76 percent in favor by a vote of 137 to 44. Voters approved the district's bus lease proposition by a vote of 150 to 32, and also passed the proposition to fund the New Berlin Library by a vote of 82 to 22.

School board incumbents Carrie Meade and Mark Davis, each running unopposed, were re-elected to the board of education after receiving 155 votes and 154 votes respectively.

Oxford Academy & Central School District

Oxford residents voted to pass the district's $20 million budget with 82 percent in favor by a vote of 151 to 33. The Oxford Library proposition was passed 153 to 31, along with the district's bus proposition, which was passed 142 to 42.

School board candidates John Godfrey, Nathaniel Emerson, and Timothy O'Brien were elected to the three vacant board of education seats after receiving 169, 163, and 161 votes respectively.

Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District

B-G residents voted to pass the district's $18,153,575 budget with 76 percent in favor by a vote of 202 to 63. Voters also passed propositions to lease school buses, transfer funds from reserve funds to the General Fund, and to create a Transportation Vehicle Capital Reserve Fund.

School board candidates Tina Ammon, Keith Hanvey, and Rebecca Sullivan, all incumbents running unopposed, were elected to three seats on the board of education. Ammon received 191 votes, Hanvey received 194, and Sullivan received 208.

Sherburne-Earlville Central School District

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