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New Paltz school board election results

[Update for 2008: Looking for May 2008 budget/election results. Go here.]

From the Daily Freeman

New Paltz voters accept school budget, Excel aid

NEW PALTZ – Voters in the New Paltz school district approved a proposed $45.03 million budget Tuesday, 860 to 475.

The 2007-08 spending plan is 6.68 percent larger than the current year’s budget of $42.21 million, and projects a property tax levy of $29.47 million, an increase of 7.99 percent.

Voters elected incumbent David Dukler and newcomer Edgar Rodriguez to trustee seats on the school board. Dukler received 939 votes, Rodriguez followed with 749 votes and candidate Alexander Holt finished out of the race with 597 votes…

Rodriguez, 59, who ran unsuccessfully for the board last year, is a retired professor of education at City University of New York and SUNY New Paltz. He and his wife, Maggie VeVe, have three children in the school district…

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