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School vote results for North Creek region

All budgets pass, DeGroat and Richards win in Johnsburg

The Minerva Central School is hoping to build international attendance.

The Minerva Central School is hoping to build international attendance.

— School district officials from around the region have reported results from budget votes and school elections that were held Tuesday, May 15.

Johnsburg Central School District

Voters approved the 2012-13 budget 399-104.

The 2012-13 budget totals $9,967,932. The tax levy increase is $31,863, or .61 percent. That comes in under the state’s mandated maximum allowable tax levy increase of .61 percent. The current tax levy is $5,249,280, and the 2012-13 tax levy is $5,281,143.

Rachel DeGroat was elected to replace Frank Morehouse Jr. on the School Board with 355 votes, and Mark Richards was re-elected with 283 votes. Amy Sabattis and Tony Moro tallied 205 and 162 votes, respectively.

The proposition to purchase a 65-passenger bus for $107,795 passed 375-107.

The Johnsburg vote results were supplied by Superintendent Mike Markwica.

Minerva Central School District

Voters approved the 2012-13 budget 89-38.

The 2012-13 budget totals $5,040,939. The tax levy increase is $92,361, or 2.96 percent. That comes in under the state’s mandated maximum allowable tax levy increase of 2.96 percent. The current tax levy is $3,118,040, and the 2012-13 tax levy is $3,210,401.

Steve Colletti was elected to the School Board with 89 votes. He ran unopposed.

The bus proposition passed 67-31.

The Minerva vote results were supplied by Superintendent Timothy Farrell.

Long Lake Central School District

Voters approved the 2012-13 budget 118-40.

The 2012-13 budget totals $3,615,151. The tax levy increase is $59,871, or 2.43 percent. That comes in under the state’s mandated maximum allowable tax levy increase of 2.45 percent. The current tax levy is $2,461,129, and the 2012-13 tax levy is $2,521,000.

Christine Campeau was elected to the School Board with 140 votes. She ran unopposed.

The Long Lake vote results were supplied by Superintendent Mary Jo Dickerson.

Newcomb Central School District

Voters approved the 2012-13 budget 79-27, with 75 percent yes votes. The district needed a supermajority of at least 60 percent to override the state tax cap.

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