Greenville budget passed, Goodman, Finch re-elected


By Melanie Lekocevic

Capital Region Independent Media

The Greenville budget was adopted by voters May 17. File photo

GREENVILLE — The $33.7 million budget for the Greenville school district was adopted by voters, along with the two resolutions on the ballot, in the May 17 vote.

Two candidates were also elected to the board of education. Incumbents David Finch and Jay Goodman were re-elected with 800 and 778 votes, respectively.

The budget was passed by a strong margin of 934 to 366 votes.

The two resolutions on the ballot were also approved by voters. The bus resolution was voted in by a margin of 923 to 369, and the capital reserve was approved by a 901 to 387 margin.

The Greenville library budget was adopted by an overwhelming 1,055 to 243 votes, and the Rensselaerville library budget passed 956 to 330.

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