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President Joan Adriance gave the board its needed majority, voting through video conference.

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The central focus of next year's budget for the Guilderland Public Library is on setting aside funds to deal with problems arising in its 23-year-old building

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"We actually have an election this year," said the school board president. Five candidates will vie for three board seats in the May 19 election.

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With just four board members voting 2 to 2, the budget wasn't adopted on Monday.

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GUILDERLAND — An extra $1.4 million in state aid led school leaders here to recommend changes for next year’s budget — putting $740,000 into savings and adding roughly $374,000 in expenses — measures school board members largely supported in a workshop Tuesday night.

After two years of no tax hike, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board is divided on how much to raise taxes next year.

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"Where there's a will, there's a way," the school board president, Barbara Fraterrigo said, instructing administrators to find someone to teach another sixth-grade Italian class.

Voorheesville's proposed $23 million budget is $334,000 greater than this year's budget, but officials are working blind while waiting for state aid figures to be released.

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A set of shared services and consolidation plans have not realized the savings that were projected, leaving Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board members hoping for additional savings and revenue for next year's budget.

The town board will meet on Feb. 17 with the not-for-profit fire company, made up of volunteers, to discuss possible changes to their contract.

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