Most school budgets pass in the Hudson Valley

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Voters in the Hudson Valley went to the polls today to vote on their school budgets, most of which were passed.

Voters in Ramapo passed a budget that included up to a 2.5-percent tax increase by a large margin.

In North Rockland, however, voters rejected a $197.5 million budget that included an up to 7.6-percent tax increase.

Chester voters also failed their budget, which was $22.5 million and included a 4.5-percent tax increase. The measure failed by only 50 votes.

Voters in Minisink Valley failed to pass an $86.3 million budget that included at 10.6-percent tax increase.

Hudson Valley School Vote 2011 Results

North Rockland voters reject school budget

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