School Budget and Board of Education Election
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||2018-19 Budget at a Glance
Total Budget ⇒$31,027,272
Change from 2017-18: $627,272
Tax levy increase: 1.9 percent
The budget includes the cost of hiring two new school resource officers and maintains all programs
2019-20 budget information
- May 21: School budget vote
- April 22: School board nomination forms due in district office
On May 15, Jordan-Elbridge Central School District residents approved the district's $31,027,272 budget for 2018-19 with 288 yes votes to 71 no votes and elected two Board of Education members. Voters also supported an increase of $2,500 for the Elbridge Free Library (278 yes, 80 no) and an increase of $2,500 for the Jordan Bramley Library (280 yes, 79 no).
Voters approve 2018-19 JE school budget; elect 2 board members
William Yard received 286 votes and will serve a three-year term that runs through June 30, 2021, and Susan Fordyce received 284 votes and will complete a term of office that runs through June 30, 2020. The approved budget carries a 1.9 percent tax levy increase, which falls below the district's calculated tax levy limit of 2.87 percent, per the state's property tax levy cap law. The budget also increases spending by 2.06 percent from the current operating plan.