The tax levy will be $43,712,170, an increase of $603,825 over this year's amount.
The tax levy will be $83,177,728, an increase of $2,116,373 over this year's amount.
Brighton Central School District voters approved a $62.3 million budget by a margin of 665 votes: 1,105 to 440.
Pittsford Central School District voters approved a $109.7 million budget by a margin of 500 votes: 1,543 to 1,043.
The $83,177,728 tax levy will increase $2,116,373 from the current year. The tax rate will be $23.37 per $1,000 of assessed value.
Incumbent Edmund Starowicz is seeking re-election while Peter Sullivan is after his first term. Patricia Schwert is stepping down from the board.
Board Vice President Rome Celli is not seeking re-election after six years on the board. The board has three candidates running for two open seats. Incumbent Morton Stein is seeking re-election, while Andrea Costanza and Linda Eckel Mendelson are seeking their first terms.
There are no job cuts proposed in the district’s $109.7 million spending plan for the 2010-11 school year. The Pittsford Board of Education adopted the proposal Monday, April 12.
Brighton would use 70.5 percent — or $670,000 — more reserve funds in its 2010-11 budget than in this school year's. The Brighton Board of Education approved the $62.3 million spending plan Tuesday night.