On May 17, Cohoes City School District voters approved a $47 million budget for the 2022-23 school year by a vote of 441 to 99, a margin of 82%. Voters also approved a $19.985 million capital project referendum by a vote of 449 to 87, a margin of 84%.
Three members were elected to the Board of Education: Nadia Carey will serve her second term and Sue Paradis and Marianne Gendron will serve their first terms. Their three-year terms begin July 1, 2022.
“I would like to thank the residents of Cohoes for supporting our 2022-23 budget and capital project,” said Superintendent Peggy O’Shea. “Our spending plan, coupled with the capital project, will allow us to build on existing educational programs and provide enhanced learning opportunities for students both now and into the future.”
Tonight’s results are unofficial. Vote totals will be certified on Wednesday.