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Public School Districts across Genesee County put their budgets before voters today.

For Batavia City Schools, the budget totals 50-million dollars and carries no property tax increase.
Voting the Batavia City School District takes place from 7 this morning to 9 tonight. District voters who live north of Route 5 vote at Robert Morris, if you live south of Route 5, you vote at Batavia High School.

In Alexander Central: a budget of 18-million dollars results in a tax levy increase within the budget cap;

Byron-Bergen voters will decide a 23 million dollar budget, the tax levy within the cap and voting takes place from 6 to 9 in the High School;

Elba’s budget is 9.3-million dollars. The tax levy is up 3 percent but within the state limit. Voting from Noon until 9 outside the Elba auditorium
LeRoy has a budget of 24 and a half-million dollars, a tax levy increase of 5 and a half percent. Voting in LeRoy takes place from 8 this morning until 8 tonight in the Wolcott Street School;

Oakfield-Alabama puts budget of 20-million dollars before voters today.
The tax levy is up but within the budget cap. Oakfield-Alabama voting will be held from Noon until 9 in the High School Community Room;

Pavilion Central has a proposed budget of 18 and a half-million dollars and a one and three-quarters percent increase in the tax levy.
Voting in Pavilion is from Noon until 9 in the high school lobby.

In Pembroke, a budget of 22-million dollars goes before voters, a two percent increase in the tax levy. Voting takes place from Noon until 9 in the Junior-Senior high gym.

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