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ATTICA VOTERS TO DECIDE ON BUDGET FOR '90-91

Attica Central School District voters will act on an $11.28 million basic budget for 1990-91 in a vote from 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the high school.

Also on the ballot is a second proposition to give another $3,000 to the Stevens Memorial Library and choices of who will fill three School Board vacancies.

The two propositions exceed spending in the expiring 1989-90 budget by about $555,000. All state aid, including transportation, will reach $771,912, up $338,150. Only $212,607 is the basic portion, according to the district
business office.

The local taxpayer share of the budget is calculated at $3.23 million, or $249,014 above this year's levy. The impact of the expenditures that rose 5.2 percent, while its basic state aid rose 3.1 percent, is reflected in the increase of 8.4 percent in taxes.

Seven candidates are vying for three three-year terms.

They are Bruce E. Lamb Jr., a veterinarian who is the current board president; Susan A. Jennings, an executive secretary; Susan M. Metz, a greenhouse/flower shop operator; Albert E. Audsley, a 12-year board member and its former president; Norbert Fuest, a Morton Salt personnel manager and chairman of the district budget advisory committee; Daniel Norcross, a member of the budget advisory committee, and Robert Van Buren, former superintendent of the industrial department at Attica Correctional Facility.

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