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State budget: how Western New York school districts made out in education aid

Posted: 8:39 AM, Apr 01, 2019
Updated: 2019-04-01 12:41:55Z
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ALBANY, N.Y. (WKBW) — State aid projections for every school district across New York state have been revealed by the legislature.

All in all, $27.9 billion of the $175.5 billion dollar fiscal year 2020 budget is dedicated to school aid. That's up $1 billion, or 3.8 percent.

And all districts in Erie County and Niagara County, save for one, are set to see their state funding go up.

Here's the full list, as outlined here :

Erie County
Alden: $13,465,789 (+4.2%)
Amherst: $13,133,040 (+1.86%)
Williamsville: $$36,562,818 (+1.4%)
Sweet Home: $21,030,761 (+2.21%)
East Aurora: $7,538,021 (+1.81%)
Buffalo: $669,190,501(+3.23%)
Cheektowaga: $15,355,048 (+2.64%)
Maryvale: $16,021,678 (+2.66%)
Cleveland Hill: $12,632,475 (+2.52%)
Depew: $17,596,062 (+4.94%)
Sloan: $15,415,087 (+0.08%)
Clarence: $21,141,285 (+5.16%)
Springville-Griffith: $18,205,970 (+2.56%)
Eden: $10,722,742 (+4.68%)
Iroquois: $13,606,688 (-2.21)
Evans-Brant (Lake Shore): $28,516,337 (+0.92%)
Grand Island: $17,321,269 (+3.44%)
Hamburg: $23,283,525 (+2.14%)
Frontier: $32,270,871(+3.31%)
Holland: $9,696,697 (+3.46%)
Lackawanna: $38,222,246 (+5.98%)
Lancaster: $32,578,613 (+1.7%)
Akron: $13,458,446 (+2.31%)
North Collins: $7,439,982 (1.94%)
Orchard Park: $24,082,630 (+0.78%)
Tonawanda: $17,607,479 (+3.83%)
Kenmore-Tonawanda: $52,790,882 (+2.12%)
West Seneca: $45,230,498 (+2.53%)

Niagara County
Lewiston-Porter: $14,465,739 (+5.81%)
Lockport: $49,501,470 (+3.10%)
Newfane: $17,794,142 (+4.98%)
Niagara-Wheatfield: $30,406,135 (+1.04%)
Niagara Falls: $105,581,379 (+3.04%)
North Tonawanda: $37,202,563 (+2.85%)
Starpoint: $17,667,576 (+2.72%)
Royalton-Hartland: $13,816,930 (+0.43%)
Barker: $7,247,923 (+5.41%)
Wilson: $12,657,116 (+5.89%)

These figures exclude aid for buildings.