By Gabriel Pietrorazio
The Canandaigua City School District passed all proposals after tallying the final vote count after the statewide extension to accept the counting of all absentee ballots until Tuesday, June 19th.
The 2020-21 adopted budget passed 4,325 to 1,511. The capital project, transportation proposal and library propositions were all approved as well.
In the race for a vacant seat for the Board of Education, Julianne Miller surpassed Kevin Collea with 3,057 votes to 2,128 in comparison.
“I am grateful to the community of Canandaigua for its support of the school district and of Wood Library, and I am thrilled that they have entrusted me to work on behalf of our students, families, and educators. I can’t wait to get to work with the fantastic team of Board members and district leadership already hard at work for our community,” Miller told FingerLakes1.com.
Miller has now been elected to serve a five-year term on the Board of Education.