HARRISON, N.Y. Harrison voters will decide Tuesday whether to pass the proposed 2012-13 school budget.
Facing a state-imposed 2 percent cap of the tax levy, the Harrison Central School District is proposing a $104.2 million budget with a tax levy increase of 1.97 percent. The proposed budget, if approved, would represent a 1.07 percent budget-to-budget increase from last year.
Voters will also select members of the Board of Education. Both incumbents, Dennis DiLorenzo and Joan Tiburzi, are running unopposed.
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