PARISHVILLE - Voters in the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District approved the districts $10,446,177 budget by a vote of 121-31 Tuesday.
The now approved 2014-2015 spending plan increases spending by 2.5 percent. The plan is supported by a tax levy of $3,432,359, an increase of 3.98 percent that meets the districts tax cap.
Incumbent Heidi Condon Simmons was re-elected to the board with 108 votes. Joseph R. McGill also won a seat on the board with 121 votes. Corey L. Sheldon finsihed in third place with 60 votes. Incumbent Fred Wilhelm opted to not run for re-election.
Voters also approved a proposition to allow the district to purchase two buses by a vote of 129-22. The district will borrow up to $240,000 for the purchase.