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2022-23 budget approved by voters; three candidates elected to board of education

 

On May 17, Washingtonville Central School District voters approved a $116,675,305 proposed budget for the 2022-23 school year by a vote of 1,423 (yes) to 349 (no). The budget carries a $7,051,997 increase in spending over the current year’s budget and will result in a 1.8% tax levy increase, which is within the district’s tax levy cap.

The Capital Reserve Fund Proposition was approved by a vote of 1,384 (yes) to 361 (no). 

“I would like to thank the community members who took the time to vote today,” Superintendent Dr. Larry Washington said. “This budget enables us to strengthen and continue our commitment to preparing students for the future with expanded academic opportunities. Your support of the Washingtonville students and staff is greatly appreciated.”

Board of Education Election

Four candidates sought election to three open board of education seats. Candidates and the number of votes they received are:

William Hewlett, Jr. 1,434 votes

Kristie Johnson 1,488 votes

James Overbey 1,381 votes

Michael Lacroix 603 votes

The candidates with the three highest vote totals will fill three-year terms beginning on July 1, 2022 and expiring on June 30, 2025.