On Tuesday, May 16, voters in Lake George Central School District passed a $24,808,692 budget proposal for the 2023-24 school year by a vote of 628-254. Under the approved budget, a 2.29% tax increase will maintain programming and enhance safety for Lake George students next year.
“We are thankful and appreciative for our school community. This budget represents a balanced and strong future for all students within the Lake George Central School District,” says Superintendent John Luthringer.
The voters also approved the purchase of two additional 60-passenger buses at a cost not to exceed $302,092 by a vote of 662 to 217.
Voters elected the following candidates to fill two open seats on the Lake George Board of Education:
Board Member Jeannine Bieber - 566 votes
Board Member Rosemarie Earl - 598 votes
Linda Clark received 351 votes
Visit https://www.lkgeorge.org/Page/5198 for more details on the approved school budget for 2023-24.