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Here’s a quick look at Tuesday’s school election information

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School district voters will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on budgets and propositions and elect school board members. Find your school district below, with a brief synopsis of the total budget, the tax levy, whether it is under, matches or is over the tax cap and a list of propositions and board of education candidates.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

n Alexandria Central School: Budget $12,100,455.23, up 4%; levy $6,690,374.49, up 2.33% (under tax cap); resolution to spend up to $100,000 for improvements in the district’s water pipes; Board of Education, three seats, Patricia Aitcheson, Christine Lingenfelter, William Farman

n Belleville Henderson: Budget $9,267,465, up 1.95%; levy $4,011,937, up 1.55% (under tax cap); Board of Education, two seats, Kathy L. Sidmore, Gary Ramsdell, Kurt E. Gehrke and Ren McNett

n Carthage Central School: Budget $59,125,971, up 7.4%; levy, $8,508,006, down 5.38% (under tax cap); buses, amount not to exceed $1,594,217; increased funding of $103,000 for the Carthage Free Library and $61,000 for Sally Ploof Hunter Memorial Library; Board of Education, three seats, Kent Burto, Mary Louise Hunt, Abigail Hammond and (write-in) Lyndsey A. Hodkinson

n General Brown Central School: Budget $21,026,877, up 0.28%; levy $7,197,381, up 6.97% (over tax cap); bus purchase, $310,500; Board of Education, three seats, Jamie M. Lee, Cathy Pitkin, Michael Ward and Jeffrey Timerman

n Indian River: Budget $86,038,169, up 7.94%; levy $3,280,695, up 0.98% (under tax cap); Board of Education, two seats, RaeAnne LaFave, Kevin McCarthy

n LaFargeville: Budget $10,700,812, up 1.64%; levy $3,595,078, up 2.85% (matches tax cap); bus purchase, $105,000; Board of Education, one seat, Cheryl Wilson

n Lyme: Budget $7,866,252, up 2%; levy $66,388, up 1.75% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $151,313; Board of Education, three seats, Deanna Lothrop, Carol Lynn Reichert and Kathy Dyer

n Sackets Harbor: Budget $8,230,255, up 2.95%; levy $3,859,893, up 1.87% (matches tax cap); bus purchase, $112,907; Board of Education, one seat, Dale Phillips

n South Jefferson: Budget $30,430,936, up 4.1%; levy $6,948,031, up 2.65% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $373,875; resolution to increase funding by $30,000 for Mannsville, Rodman and Adams Center libraries; Board of Education, one seat, Erin Gardener

n Thousand Islands: Budget $21,497,919, up 4.89%; levy $11,248,321, up 3.54% (under tax cap); Board of Education, three seats, Erin Churchill, Erin Lisa Ingerson vs. Ruth Lago, Ken Garnsey vs. Michael Casselman

n Watertown City School District: Budget $68,229,146, up 2.9%; levy $15,203,580, up 1.19% (matches tax cap); Board of Education, one seat, Brendon L. Webb and Jeffrey A. Wekar

LEWIS COUNTY

n Beaver River Central School: Budget $16,945,582, up 2.55%; levy $4,941,424, up 2% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $303,074; Board of Education, two five-year spots, Christine Lashbrooks, David Meyer; one three-year spot, Bobby Cobb

n Copenhagen Central School: Budget $10,474,715, up 2.4%; levy $1,620,028, up 2.9% (under tax cap); continued busing of children to Lowville Head Start on existing routes; school bus purchase, $217,000; Board of Education, two spots, Koreen G. Freeman, Keith Lee

n Harrisville Central School: Budget $9,525,252, up 0.01%; levy $3,500,250, up 1.63% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $200,000; Board of Education, two five-year spots and one three-year spot: Jan Mosher, Tennille Schmitt, Sandy Lyn Moore, Zachary Smith, Parish Atkinson, Heidi L. McIntosh, Gary Williams, Susan Ward

n Lowville Academy and Central School: Budget $25,382,245, down 3.58%; levy $3,865,071, up 1.95 percent (under tax cap); bus purchase, $360,000; continued busing of students to Lowville Head Start on existing routes; Board of Education, three spots, Thomas M. Schneeberger, Rebecca P. Kelly, Michael F. Young

n South Lewis Central School: Budget $24,575,418, up 0.06%; levy $8,146,169, up 1.98 percent (under tax cap); bus purchase, $309,250; Board of Education, two spots, Paul W. Campbell, Barry R. Worczak, Scott Chrzanowski, Gregg R. Ielfield

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY

n Canton Central School: Budget $26,522,577, up 9.1%; levy, $8,648,428, up 2.6% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $342,000; Board of Education, three spots: Barbara B. Beekman, Phillip J. Burnett Sr., Patrick Hanss, Margaret Sweeney

n Clifton-Fine Central School: Budget $10,092,401, up 4.2%; levy $4,028,198, up 0.01% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $200,000; Board of Education, one three-year spot, one one-year spot: Ronald J. Eibert, Richard W. Hitchman, Robert P. Tebo III

n Colton-Pierrepont Central School: Budget $10,280,000, up 4.5%; levy $7,120,000, up 0.9% (under tax cap); Board of Education, two spots, Jeffery W. Angleberger, Kay C. Stone, Cindy L. McLean

n Edwards-Knox Central School: Budget $12,665,177, up 3%; levy, $1,866,570, up 2.8% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $290,000; Board of Education, two spots: Stacia A. Kroniser vs. Diane Scott and Reginald LaPoint, unopposed

n Gouverneur Central School: Budget $33,723,438, up 3.5%; levy, $5,498,816, up 1.7% (under tax cap); capital reserve fund proposition, $975,000; Board of Education, three spots, Clark R. Porter, Michael J. McQuade, Jeremy Bartholomew, David J. Fenlong

n Hammond Central School: Budget: $7,316,456, up 6.8 percent; levy $69,282, up 1 percent (under tax cap); Board of Education, three spots, Douglas E. Delosh vs. Timothy Pitcher, Jason Spraybary vs. Don A. Ceresoli Jr., and Theodore P. Elk vs. John E. Jewett

n Hermon-DeKalb Central School: Budget, $9,275,471, up 2.5%; levy $2,412,231, up 4.1% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $122,000; Board of Education, two spots, Ronald W. Smith, Richard Hamilton

n Heuvelton Central School: Budget $12,668,781, up 1.3%; levy $3,144,906, up 2.9% (matches tax cap); bus purchase, $120,000; Board of Education, two spots, Thomas A. Nichols, Michael J. Davis

n Lisbon Central School: Budget $12,535,832, up 3.7%; levy $3,194,226, up 2.1% (under tax cap); Board of Education, three spots, Rebecca Buckingham vs. Andrea R. Randle; Larry Doyle and Chera Davison

n Madrid-Waddington Central School: Budget $15,323,475, up 3.6%; levy $3,950,341, up 2.1%; (under tax cap), bus purchase, $185,000; capital project, $3 million; Board of Education, two spots, Richard Hobkirk as a write-in

n Massena Central School: Budget $49,051,678, up 4.9%; levy $13,997,687, up 1.5% (under tax cap); Board of Education, two spots, Leonard A. Matthews, Jason E. Premo, Kevin F. Perretta, Paul A. Haggett

n Morristown Central School: Budget $9,876,920, up 9.1%; levy $3,512,548, up 1.7% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $130,000; library funding increase from $25,000 to $35,000; Board of Education, one spot, no candidate

n Norwood-Norfolk Central School: Budget $20,633,492, up 1.8%; levy $6,143,360, up 0.5% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $250,000; Board of Education, three spots, Karl J. Fetter, Jon Hunkins

n Ogdensburg City School District: Budget $39,200,000, up 6.4%; levy $9,420,777, down 1.1%; Lincoln Elementary School sale authorization; Route 37 district property donation to the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority authorization; Board of Education, two spots, Ronald N. Johnson, Kimberly A. Scharff-Snyder, Michael C. Myers

n Parishville-Hopkinton Central School: Budget $10,446,177, up 2.5%; levy $3,432,359, up 3.98% (matches tax cap); bus purchase, $240,000; Board of Education, two spots, Joseph R. McGill, Corey L. Sheldon, Heidi Condon Simmons

n Potsdam Central School: Budget $28,196,659, up 3.2%; levy $12,188,521, up 2.9% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $309,000; Board of Education, three spots, Wade A. Davis, Christopher C. Cowen, Ann M. Carvill, Fred Stone

n St. Lawrence Central School: Budget $21,353,197, up 7.9%; levy $4,803,359, up 3.8% (under tax cap); bus purchase, $308,000; capital reserve fund proposition, $750,000; Board of Education, two spots, Nereida Diaz-Fuentes, Robert Dow

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