Yesterday voters in Croton-on-Hudson narrowly approved a 38 million dollar budget for the Croton-Harmon School District by a margin of 69 votes. Out of 1,127 ballots cast at Croton Harmon High School, the 9.4% tax hike passed 53% to 47%. Also up for vote was a bond referendum for the purchase of two school buses—which also passed with 610 “Yes” votes to 510 “No” votes. In the Board of Education race, Kathryn Brechner and Eugene Perl—who ran uncontested—retained their seats.
Additionally, the Croton Free Library budget was overwhelmingly approved by Croton residents with 694 “Yes” votes to 422 “No” votes.