Residents of the five towns in Maine School Administrative District 6 will vote Tuesday on a proposed $45.6 million budget.

The “Bonny Eagle” district includes Buxton, Frye Island, Hollis, Limington and Standish.

The budget, developed with guidance from an advisory panel that includes taxpayers, maintains the same level of educational programming, according to district officials.

The budget is up 2.36 percent, or just over $1 million, from the current budget. Superintendent Frank Sherburne said there are no proposed program or staff cuts because officials were able to keep costs in check by restructuring staffing and not filling positions left open by retirement. He noted that the district has below-average per-pupil costs.

If the budget is approved, annual property taxes on a $200,000 home would decrease by $12.37 in Standish and increase by $75.96 in Buxton, $59.02 in Hollis, $117.01 on Frye Island and $36.71 in Limington.