YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Yorktown voters passed the Yorktown Central School District budget and re-elected three incumbents to the school board, school officials said Tuesday night.
Voters approved the $93,992,000 2013-14 district budget with 757 votes in favor and 306 votes against, school officials said Tuesday night. The board approved the proposed budget in April with a tax rate increase of 2.17 percent and a levy increase of 2.15 percent.
Board Vice President Karen Corrado and trustees Peter Bisaccia and Thomas Donatelli all won re-election for the three vacant seats on the Yorktown Central School District Board of Education. Corrado received 805 votes, Bisaccia garnered 784 votes and Donatelli took in 778 votes, school officials said. There were also seven write-in votes for Ed Ciffone.
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