Tuesday, June 16, 2020

It's Only Money

While members of the Common Council, at the Finance Committee meeting and again at the regular monthly meeting, agonized about the police budget, which all told is $4.5 million, the Hudson City School District was counting the ballots for the vote on its $50.7 million 2020-2021 budget. It was reported that they received 2,298 absentee ballots. Here are the results: 
  • $50.7 million 2020-2021 budget:  1,297 yes; 748 no
  • Creating a capital reserve fund:  1,338 yes; 676 no
Sage Carter and Carrie Otty, the two incumbent board members running unopposed, received 1,574 and 1,623 votes respectively. 

5 comments:

  1. Good Grief I guess all the pandering gossips did stood no chance to the general public.

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  2. You would know about pandering, Chris.

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  3. Who do you consider the general public? I thought we all are the general public!

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  4. I guess anyone who disagrees with the gossips bunch has to be Chris...the thoughts on here are always one sided grips and life outside of gossips is so beautiful. Good Grief...........

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  5. Dear Good Grief,

    We all get that you are trying to use a bromide as a byline. Congrats on a not independent thought. Be that as it may, could you please try to stop being so fucking boring? Thanks, everyone else.

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