DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. -- Polls opened for Dolgeville residents voting on their school budget Tuesday afternoon.
The new budget amount is a little over $18.9 million and calls for a 5.9 percent tax levy increase.
The cuts are in addition to the ones already proposed in the original budget.
The reason for the cuts and the tax levy increase is a $2.6 million deficit.
If the new budget is defeated a contingency budget will have to be implemented.
Residents can vote from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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