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SCHOOL BUDGET RESULTS
May 21, 2013

WAYNE CENTRAL:
Proposition No. 1: Budget Approved with 1033 Yes Votes and 705 No Votes
Propostion No. 2: Expend funds from School Bus Reserve Fund
Approved with 1173 Yes Votes and 559 No Votes
Proposition No. 3: Expend funds from Capital Reserve Fund
Approved with 1124 Yes Votes and 618 No Votes
School Trustee Candidate Results
Three (3) Seats Filled, Each Three (3) Year Terms:
*Philip McTigue (775)
*Tim Reynolds (1019)
*Carla Boerman (859)
(also running: Jerry Champagne with 662 votes, Ed Collins with 750 votes, Jeanne Durfee with 430 votes, Mark Wyse with 694.

GANANDA CENTRAL
Proposition 1: School Budget – PASSED
Yes Votes = 214, No Votes = 95
Proposition 2: Bus Purchase – PASSED
Yes Votes = 203, No Votes = 103
Proposition 3: Liability Reserve Fund – PASSED
Yes Votes = 237
No Votes = 68
Proposition 4: Technology Acquisition Reserve Fund – PASSED
Yes Votes = 230, No Votes = 77
BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION 2013 – The following candidates have been re-elected to a 3 year terms expiring June 30, 2016.
Amy Suchan with 228 Votes
Stephen Nims with 223 Votes
Charles Rothfuss with 217 Votes

PALMYRA-MACEDON
Annual Budget – PASSED
Yes 322, No 94
Board of Election – seats: Beth Grier-Leva 336 votes, Don Miller 359 votes, Timothy Ludwig 357 votes
LYONS CENTRAL
Proposition 1: Budget: $19,947,025
PASSED
YES 218, NO 94
TOTAL VOTES 312
Proposition 2: Authorization to expend funds from bus purchase reserve funds – PASSED
YES 194, NO 76
TOTAL VOTES 270
Board of Education Results
Nancy Sheremeta 246
Hope Alexanian 276
Both elected to a five year term

MARION CENTRAL
PROPOSITION #1 BUDGET
– $17,400,000 – PASSED
303-Yes, 119-No
PROPOSITION #2 – USE OF CAPITAL RESERVE – PASSED
286 – Yes, 109 No
=PROPOSITION #3 BOARD MEMBERS
The election is for Two three-year term. The 2 people receiving the most votes will be placed on the Board.
*250 – Jason Monroe
*327 – Katherine Metcalfe
234- Robert Estochen

SODUS CENTRAL
Proposition 1: School Budget of $25,305,711 – PASSED
YES- 211, NO-64
Proposition 2: Re-establish bus reserve fund and bus purchases of $350,000 – PASSED
YES-181, NO-65 Two open seats – BOARD OF EDUCATION
*Donald H. Brown 242 Votes
* Roy C. McCarthy 252 Votes
(write in: Roy McCarty-1 Vote)

WILLIAMSON CENTRAL
Proposition #1 – Budget PASSED
Yes 246, No 67 Proposition #2 Purchase a 27-passenger handicap bus and 62-passenger school bus – PASSED
Yes 240, No 65 Proposition #3 Establish a bus purchase reserve fund
PASSED
Yes 235, No 77
Re-elected:
*Caroline Jackson 259 votes
*Michael Collins 258 votes

RED CREEK
The budget Proposition PASSED
Yes: 222 No: 96
Proposition 2 (Bus Purchase)
PASSED
Yes: 242, No: 80
Proposition 3 (Library) PASSED
Yes: 187, No.: 134
Candidates for two board seats: Winners: Molly Martin: 286 votes, Katherine Keenan: 269 votes

NORTH ROSE WOLCOTT
Budget Proposition PASSED
Yes: 175, No: 58
Proposition 2 (Bus purchase): PASSED
Yes: 174, No: 58
Proposition 3 (Bus Reserve Fund)
PASSED
Yes: 174, No: 60
Proposition 4 (Library support –
Rose and Wolcott) PASSED
Yes: 151, No: 72
Candidate for School Board, One open seat: won by Judi Buckalew

CLYDE SAVANNAH
Proposition One: Budget PASSED
Yes: 274, No.: 98
Proposition 2 – Bus Purchase
PASSED
Yes: 267, No.: 85
Candidates for School Board (Eight candidates running, 4 winners)
Winning seats were: David Secor (263 votes), Richard Drahms (), Fred Baker, and Sandi Bastedo, (Also running were: Randy Kise who received 154 votes, Don Lancaster who received 158 votes, Cathy Jo Eldridge-Gromoske who received 124 votes and Anthony Carnevale who received 153 votes)

NEWARK CENTRAL
Budget Proposition – PASSED
Yes: 507, no: 159
Proposition #2 – Bus Purchase
PASSED
Yes: 381, No: 129
Winning seats on the School Board were: Roberta Colacino (520 votes) and Andy Carreia (547 votes), Library Board of Trustees: Deb Barry (532 votes), Christine Mizo (548 votes), Andrew Chappell (520 votes)