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Tuesday is decision day for school voters

A Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake School budget sign greets motorists on Route 50 in Burnt Hills on Friday.
A Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake School budget sign greets motorists on Route 50 in Burnt Hills on Friday.
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School leaders have spent months grappling with how to control rising costs and still preserve educational quality. Now voters will have their say Tuesday. They will be going to the polls in more than 600 school districts across the state, making a “yes” or “no” decision on the budgets being offering by boards of education. If recent history is a guide, at least 90 percent of the budgets across the state will pass, even though ...


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