Taxpayers head to JFK Middle School for School Budget Vote in Utica

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Taxpayers head to JFK Middle School for School Budget Vote in Utica_-5198854161953828926

Tuesday is voting day for schools throughout Central New York, with the Utica City School District being one of many.

The district is facing financial problems in the budget, including a $10 million gap in the budget.

Eyewitness News stopped by the JFK Middle School in North Utica where around 200 people had shown up to vote by 6 p.m.

The chairperson says that she was surprised that more people had not come out, due to the jobs on the chopping block with the 2012-2013 budget.

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