Goshen residents pass proposed budget, propositions

On May 17, district residents passed the $83,700,000 budget for the 2022-23 school year by a vote of 945 yes votes to 412 no votes — an approval rating of69.6 percent. Under the approved budget, the district’s tax levy is projected to increase by 0 percent.

The proposition to establish a Capital Reserve Fund passed with 1,016 yes votes and 326 no votes.

The Capital Improvement Project proposition that will refurbish the roof and HVAC system at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School passed with 1,088 yes votes and 262 no votes.

Brett Weeden and Tom Loftus will serve three-year terms on the Board of Education with 790 votes and 734 votes, respectively. Carla Alfieri received  726 votes and James McClinsey received 178 votes.

District officials would like to thank the members of the Goshen community for their continued support of our schools.