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Niskayuna, Middleburgh school budgets pass

Robert Tinker of Middleburgh assists voters as they prepare to vote on the school budget at Middleburgh High School on Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Robert Tinker of Middleburgh assists voters as they prepare to vote on the school budget at Middleburgh High School on Tuesday.
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Voters approved spending plans for the Niskayuna and Middleburgh central school districts Tuesday. The two districts were the only ones in the Capital Region to require a revote on their 2013-14 budget proposals after voters rejected original proposals in last month’s vote. Residents voted 3,689-1,844 in favor of Niskayuna’s revised budget, avoiding a contingency budget that would have required more than $5 million in cuts and draconian measures like a return to half-day kindergarten and ...


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JJF
June 19, 2013
4:35 p.m.

[ Flag Post ]

Niskayunans Duped by Doomesday Defense should be the headline, as the fiscal cliff was kicked down the road for another year.

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