Old Orchard Beach residents will vote Tuesday on a $14 million education budget that would have no impact on local taxes.

The proposed budget is up more than $298,000 from the current year and includes a 2.3 percent increase in spending on salaries and benefits, but will not require a tax increase because of an increase in state subsidy.

Superintendent John Suttie said the district has for many years been a minimal receiver with 7 percent of education funding from the state, but this year 10 percent of the budget will come from the state subsidy.

The budget includes some revenue-neutral position changes, including the elimination of eight full-time educational technician positions and the addition of a technology director/specialist. Other additions include a full-time world language program at the middle school, a districtwide library media specialist, and half-time math and English teachers at the high school.

Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Old Orchard Beach High School.