School districts in Wayne County have announced their proposed budgets for the 2023-24 academic year. Voters will have the opportunity to vote on the budgets, as well as propositions and school board candidates on May 16.
Clyde-Savannah has proposed a budget of $27,397,326 with no increase in tax levy from last year. There are three propositions on the ballot, including a bus purchase and a proposal for a student ex-officio board member. Four candidates are running for three seats on the school board.
Gananda’s proposed budget is $26,292,350, up 3.5% from last year, with a proposed tax levy of $11,294,698. There is only one proposition on the ballot for the school budget and two open seats for the Board of Education.
Lyons has a proposed budget of $29,487,133 with a tax levy of 1.7%. Two seats on the Board of Education are to be filled, with five candidates running.
Marion’s proposed budget is $22,687,300, up 0.689% from the previous year, with a proposed tax levy of $7,341,759. The district has four propositions on the ballot, including a proposal for a student representative on the Board of Education.
Other districts with proposed budgets include Newark, North Rose-Wolcott, Palmyra-Macedon, Red Creek, Sodus, Williamson, and Wayne Central. More information about each district’s proposed budget is available on their website or through a budget brochure mailed from the district.
Don’t forget to vote on May 16th at your designated polling location.
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