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GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Voters in the Ardsley, Edgemont and Greenburgh Central school districts gave their thumbs up on Tuesday to spending plans for 2016-17.
In Ardsley, a proposed $66.3 million school budget for next year easily passed by a vote of 801 to 289, according to unofficial results. That's a 3.9 percent spending increase over this year's budget.
Edgemont voters approved a $55.9 million spending plan for 2016-17 on Tuesday by an unofficial vote of 355 to 88. Next year's budget will increase by about 3.3 percent over the current school year.
In Greenburgh, voters approved a $65.6 school budget for next year by an unofficial vote of 583 to 234. The approved budget would increase spending by 1.1 percent over this year.
There were two contested school board elections in Greenburgh. David Warner and Lloyd Newland were re-elected to the Greenburgh Central School Board.
"Good school reputations are a major reason why residents choose to live in our communities," said Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner after the votes of approval.