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VOTERS OK SCHOOL BUS PURCHASE

Residents of the Cassadaga Valley Central School District overwhelmingly approved a $161,644 proposition for the purchase of three 65-passenger school buses in a special referendum Tuesday. The vote was 157 to 24.

School Superintendent Kenneth Connolly said state aid is expected to cover 90 percent of the cost of the buses and the tax rate is not expected to be affected. The district, which covers 160 square miles, is one of the largest in the state.

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