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North Colonie voters vote “YES” on the 2022-23 budget

| May 17, 2022

2022-23 Budget Approved

On Tuesday, May 17, North Colonie residents approved the district’s $134.9 million budget for 2022-23 by a tally of 2,038 yes votes to 676 no votes.

Results were announced at the North Colonie Central Office shortly after the polls closed at 9 p.m. The results show 75.09 percent of voters supported the budget.

The $134.9 million budget has a tax levy increase of 1.44 percent, with an estimated tax rate increase of 0.5 percent. The district will set its final tax rate for the 2022-23 school year in August, based on final assessment figures as provided by the Town of Colonie.

Board of Election

In the Board of Education (BOE) election, Mary Alber was selected for a five-year term and replaces the open seat of Paula D’Orazio.

“We are pleased that the taxpayers of North Colonie voted to support the 2022-23 budget,” said Superintendent D. Joseph Corr. “I believe this is a strong budget that supports the district’s mission of providing a high-quality education for all students. I’d like to thank the community for their ongoing support of our children and our families.”

Summary

Budget Vote

2,038  – Yes / 75.09%

676 – No / 24.91%

Board of Election

Mary Alber – 1,229

Donna Watson – 805

Marcy Thompson – 624

 

Category: Budget & Taxes, District News

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