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2018-05-16 / Front Page

Budget, Board of Education election results

The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District budget vote and Board of Education election took place on Tuesday.

Residents of the school district voted on three propositions: the proposed 2018-19 school district budget, the annual bus purchase and the proposed sale of the Philip Sheridan Building. They also voted for one seat on the Board of Education.

According to the district, the budget was approved with 1,172 votes and the bus purchase with 1,154 votes. The proposed sale of the Philip Sheridan Building was also approved by voters with 1,403 votes.

Andrew Gianni, Board of Education vice president, received 1,310 votes and was elected to a second term on the Board of Education, which will begin July 1, 2018 and end June 30, 2021. He ran unopposed.

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