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Geneva city school voters overwhelmingly approve budget

The Geneva City School District proposed budget passed with over 81 percent voter approval. Candidate Randall Grenier won election to one five-year term on the school board.

“One of the greatest strengths of our district is the community support. Our families and community members have stood with us throughout this very challenging school year. With so many voting in favor of our spending plan, I am certain they will continue to support us in the coming school year,” said Superintendent Patricia Garcia. “I am very grateful to everyone who voted today, and to everyone who helped craft this budget and make the vote possible. Thank you for putting your trust in us.”

Additionally, voters approved the bus purchase, proposition 2, with over 81 percent in favor.

The Geneva Public Library budget was approved with over 73 percent in favor.

PROPOSITION # 1: ADOPTION OF ANNUAL BUDGET

Yes: 884
No: 207

PROPOSITION #2: BUS ACQUISITION

Yes: 879
No: 205


BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

May Farnsworth (incumbent): 369
Holly Sweeney: 284
Randall Grenier: 448

PUBLIC LIBRARY VOTE AND ELECTION

Yes: 795
No: 290

CANDIDATES FOR THE LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Judith McKinney: 672
Donald Cass: 653



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