Budget & Taxes

2019-20 budget information

On Monday, April 15, the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education adopted a $67,047,457 budget for the 2019-20 school year.

Read more about the proposed 2019-20 budget.

Residents will vote on the proposed budget on Tuesday, May 21. Polls will be open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Gloversville High School gymnasium and Bleecker Town Hall. There will be a public hearing on the budget at 6:30 p.m., May 14 in the Board of Education meeting room. 

In addition to the proposed budget, district residents will vote for three candidates for the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education.

Three candidates, who are all incumbents, have submitted petitions to run for the three open seats on the board.

Their names will appear on the ballot in the following order:

  • Robert Curtis
  • Kevin Kucel
  • Vincent Salvione

If you have questions about where to vote, call the district office at 518-775-5706.

2018-19 budget information

Voters in the Gloversville Enlarged School District  approved the 2018-19 budget by 261 (yes)  to 117 (no) votes on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. The $64.5 million budget includes a tax levy increase of 2.14 percent, which is within district’s tax levy limit as calculated under the state’s tax levy “cap” law.

Edward Sturgess (298 votes), Kelli DeMaio (293 votes) and Jennifer Pomeroy (269 votes) were elected to full three-year terms on the Board of Education beginning July 1.

Budget: $64,494,134
Budget Change: 4.86%
Tax Levy Change: 2.14%

2018-19 Line-by-Line Budget

Budget history

Budget: $61,506,612
Budget Change: 1.08%
Tax Levy Change: 1.51%

Budget: $60,851,235
Budget Change: -4.02%
Tax Levy Change: 0%

Budget: $63,339,309
Budget Change: +2.76%
Tax Levy Change: +1.6%

Budget: $61,694,468
Budget Change: +5.4%
Tax Levy Change: +1.66%

Budget: $55,194,319
Budget Change: +4.75%
Tax Levy Change: +1.9%

Budget development process

Developing the annual school budget is a year-round process that involves the Gloversville Board of Education and district and school leaders. On the third Tuesday of each May, that process concludes when the public votes on a school budget proposal for the following year and elects candidates to the Board of Education.

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