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Budget News

By May 21, 2019

Voters approve 2019-20 budget

Central Valley School District voters went to polls on Tuesday, May 21 and approved the district’s proposed 2019-20 school budget. The budget passed with 93.2 percent in favor. The $51,949,184 budget increases spending 9.37 percent or $4,449,184 over the current year and carries no tax levy increase. The final count was: Yes— 262 No— 29 Voters also […]

By January 28, 2018

2017-18 Budget Information

2017-18 Budget Voters approve 2017-18 budget Voters to consider 2017-18 budget proposal Three vie for two board of education seats Decline in state tax collections clouds Central Valley’s fiscal future Key numbers-proposed 2017-18 budget Total spending—$44,975,000; down .26 percent or $119,500 compared to the current year Tax levy—$8,436,000; increase of $140,200 or 1.69 percent tax levy increase […]

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By January 28, 2018

2018-19 Budget Calendar

December, 2017 All BOCES Bid documents sent to buildings January 24, 2018 Preliminary budget forecast and assumptions to Board of Education. Presentation of Salaries, Taxes & Benefits February 15, 2018 Presentation of Transportation, Debt Service and Athletics & Extra-curriculars March 1, 2018 Submit information to calculate Tax Cap at NYS Comptroller March 7, 2018 Presentation […]

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By April 28, 2017

Voters to consider 17-18 budget proposal

Spending is down .26 percent; budget preserves programs On Tuesday, May 16, residents of the Central Valley School District will go to the polls to vote on the district’s proposed $44,975,000 budget for the 2017-18 school year. The proposal would decrease spending 0.26 percent or $119,500 compared to the current year. This would result in a 1.69 percent tax levy increase while maintaining […]

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By November 17, 2016

Decline in NY tax collection clouds Central Valley’s fiscal future

New York’s tax revenues are declining. That leaves Central Valley district officials wondering about future funding. New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently announced the state’s tax receipts are down $1.3 billion compared to the last year. That is unsettling news, because 83 percent of Central Valley’s funding comes from state aid. “Just 17 percent […]

By May 17, 2016

Voters approve 2016-17 budget

Central Valley School District voters went to polls on Tuesday, May 17 and approved the district’s proposed 2016-17 school budget. The budget passed with 85.7 percent in favor, exceeding the 60 percent supermajority needed for approval. The $45,094,500 budget decreases spending 1.00 percent or $455,500 over the current year and carries a 1.00 percent tax levy […]

By May 2, 2016

Proposed budget calls for 1 percent cut in spending and tax levy

Learn more on the district budget page or view the budget newsletter. On Tuesday, May 17, residents of the Central Valley School District will go to the polls to vote on the district’s proposed $45,094,500 budget for the 2016-17 school year. The proposal would decrease spending 1 percent or $455,500 less than the current year. […]

Link to school property tax bills
By October 1, 2015

Link to school property tax bills

To view your tax bill, full property value, assessed value and STAR exemption: Go to www.infotaxonline.com. On the main screen, click on Central Valley School. 3. Enter any of the search criteria, then click search. 4) Click on the desired property on the matching properties list. 5) If the desired property is not on the list, click […]

By May 19, 2015

Voters approve 2015-16 budget and capital project

Central Valley School District voters went to polls on Tuesday, May 19 and approved the district’s proposed 2015-16 school budget and proposed capital project. The $45,550,000 budget increases spending 1.22 percent or $550,000 over the current year and carries a 1.47 percent tax levy increase. The final count was: Yes— 393 No— 145 The $73,465,000 capital project will […]

By April 10, 2015

Update: Capital project will not increase tax levy

Central Valley’s proposed capital project will not increase the tax levy. That news results from small changes to the project and updated building aid information. Superintendent Rich Hughes said original estimates had ranged from no added taxes to as much as $28 on the average home. “Working with the state, we made some modifications to the […]