Districts are required to have already sent ballots to every registered voter with a postage-paid return envelope to use for their votes.Kingston –
School district trustees have adopted a $187.82 million 2020-21 budget carrying a 3.65 percent increase of $6.61 million. Under the spending plan there would be a $107.42 million property tax levy carrying a 1.73 percent increase of $1.83 million.Ellenville –
There is a spending plan of $52.47 million for a 0.79 percent decrease of $416,297. It has a $25.01 million property tax levy with a...2.39 percent increase of $582,801.
Highland – Spending is proposed at $44.95 million for a 1.13 percent increase of $503,402. The levy would be $29.18 million for a 3.07 percent increase of $868,184. There is also a proposition to spend $453,742 for the purchase of two 65-passenger buses and three 30-passenger buses.
Onteora – Approval is being sought for $54.67 million budget that has a 0.99 percent increase of $535,044. The property tax levy is proposed to be $44.76 million amounting to a 2.56 percent increase of $1.12 million.
Marlboro – Board members have proposed a budget that has spending unchanged at $58.36 million. It would have a $36.33 million levy representing a 1.91 percent increase of $679,429.
New Paltz – The ballot has a $64.94 million budget representing a 2.04 percent increase of $1.3 million. It includes a $45.54 million levy carrying a 2.2 percent increase of $979,370.
Red Hook – The ballot will include a $54.98 million budget representing a 2.12 percent increase of $1.14 million. There would be a property tax levy of $35.46 million for a 2.97 percent increase of $1.02 million.
Rhinebeck – Officials are seeking voter approval of a $36.18 million 2020-21 budget carrying a 3.36 percent of $1.18 million. Under the budget there would be a $30.74 million property tax levy representing a 2.93 percent increase of $875,375.
Rondout Valley – Voters will decide on a $66 million budget carrying a 0.52 percent increase of $339,002. The levy would be $38.76 million for a 5.4 percent increase of $1.99 million. There will be a proposition asking residents to authorize liquidation of a reserve fund that had been established for construction or reconstruction of district buildings with the amount put toward the 2020-21 property tax levy.
Saugerties – Approval is being sought for a $66.47 million for a 1.8 percent increase of $1.17 million. There would be a $40.63 million property tax levy representing a 2.18 percent increase of $867,742.
Wallkill – There will be a $77.7 million budget carrying a 1.53 percent increase of $1.17 million. The property tax levy would be $44.02 million for a 2.49 percent increase of $1.07 million. There is also a proposition to spend $575,000 to purchase property at 1500 state Route 208 for use as administrative offices.
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