School budgets meet voter approval

May 22, 2019

Voters were in an approving mood during Tuesday's school district elections.  All budgets passed at area school districts, some by landslide margins.

In Ken-Ton, "yes" votes outnumbered "no" votes by more than four to one. The final totals: "yes" votes, 1,412; "no" votes, 298.

Approval was widespread for the $60 million spending plan for the Amherst district where 471 of the 560 votes fell in the "yes" category.

The $125 million budget vote in West Seneca was slightly closer. "Yes" votes outweighed "no" votes, 1,159 to 592.