Voters pass Kendall budget, propositions
Nadine Hanlon re-elected to Board of Education
KENDALL – Kendall residents gave strong support for a $15,065,842 budget today. The spending plan passed 172-50.
The budget increases expenditures by 1.6 percent but keeps the tax levy unchanged.
All of the propositions passed with wide margins of support.
Proposition 2 creates a school bus replacement reserve fund not to exceed $100,000 annually. It passed 180-40.
Proposition 3 allows the purchase of school buses to replace existing vehicles at a sum not to exceed $250,000. It passed, 174-46.
Proposition 4 allows the creation of a capital improvement reserve fund not to exceed $5 million. It passed, 174-47.
Kendall residents also re-elected Nadine Hanlon, the current Board of Education president, to another five-year term. She was unopposed and received 199 votes.