Voters approved a $25.3 million Salamanca City Central School District budget on Tuesday, along with two other spending propositions. They also elected two school board members.

The budget, which does not increase the tax levy, was approved by a vote of 171-50.

A proposition creating a capital improvement reserve fund was approved, 134-59. The fund to build or renovate facilities and handle other capital needs is not to exceed $2 million plus interest.

A proposition to transfer up to $1.5 million from an unrestricted fund balance to the district’s repair reserve fund was approved, 130-60.

Lance Hoag was re-elected to the Board of Education with 172 votes, and Kenneth Nary was elected with 157 votes.