NASSAU

BALDWIN

Vote Approved, 1,481-776

Budget $119,977,586, a 2.97% increase

Tax levy $84,560,456, a 2.79% increase

Average home Increase 2.33% to $7,281

Propositions Approved, 1,526-657, to establish a $5-million capital reserve fund to repair and replace doors, athletic fields, fencing, playgrounds, plumbing and technology infrastructure over five years; approved, 1,524-642, to spend $1.2 million from capital reserve fund.

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School board Laura Williams (1,099) defeated two-term incumbent Anne Hannon (653) and Gregory McGlynn (440) for a three-year term.

 

BELLMORE

Vote Approved, 879-551

Budget $31,503,146, a 2.27% increase

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Tax levy $22,131,593, a 3.89% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,086 will increase 3.7% to $4,204

School board Incumbent Jay L.T. Breakstone ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

BELLMORE-MERRICK

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Vote Approved, 3,922-2,675

Budget $131,355,672, a 3.35% increase

Tax levy $100,684,449, a 5.2% increase

Average home District spokeswoman Michelle Gagnon said district could not provide the dollar amount of the school tax paid on the average single-family home because the tax levy is based on the assessed valuation of its four elementary school districts, which varies according to the district.

School board Trustees are not elected. Two trustees are appointed to the school board from each of four elementary school districts: Bellmore, Merrick, North Bellmore and North Merrick.

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BETHPAGE

Vote Approved, 1,217-577

Budget $74,583,334, a 2.3% increase

Tax levy $59,361,462, a 3.4% increase

Average home Increase 4.1% to $6,411.10

Proposition Approved, 1,307-319, to spend $500,000 from the capital reserve fund to retrofit school boilers for natural gas as a less-expensive energy source.

School board Anna Israelton and Michael J. Kelly ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

CARLE PLACE

Vote Approved, 725-407

Budget $45,526,824, a 1.97% increase, 1.84% school and 0.13% sewer tax

Tax levy $40,190,324, a 3% increase

Average home Increase 2.92% to $6,669.97

Proposition Rejected, 542-537, to modify public school transportation eligibility for grades K-2 pupils to 1/2-mile limit, and for grades 3-6 pupils to 3/4-mile limit.

School board Incumbents Barry Dennis and John DiFrisco ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

EAST MEADOW

Vote Approved, 2,117-1,055

Budget $181,275,239, a 1.73% increase

Tax levy $125,357,170, a 1.62% increase

Average home District said it could not provide taxes on an average single-family house because Nassau County has not provided the average assessed value of homes in the district.

School board Incumbents Joseph Danenza and Corey Fanelli ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

EAST ROCKAWAY

Vote Approved, 714-540

Budget $34,317,959, a 2.94% increase

Tax levy $26,731,137, a 3.77% increase

Propositions Approved, 726-354, to spend $192,800 from the capital reserve fund for building improvements and repairs, including boiler repair at the high school and replacement of exterior doors at Rhame Avenue Elementary School; approved, 661-384, to spend $177,471 from district's Technology Replacement Fund for "smart classroom" upgrades, including interactive whiteboards and LCD projectors.

School board Incumbents Neil Schloth and Linda Schmidt ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

EAST WILLISTON

Vote Approved, 831-450

Budget $51,445,099, a 1.9% increase

Tax levy $48,133,087, a 3.56% increase

Average home Assessed at $2,371 will increase 2.79 percent to $15,646

School board Incumbent Mark Kamberg ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

ELMONT

Vote Approved, 1,124-737

Budget $76,448,247, a 4.7% increase

Tax levy $49,528,158, a 7.6% increase

Average home Assessed at $811 will increase an estimated 4.5% to $2,553

School board Incumbent Anthony Maffea Sr. (863) defeated Gina Burnett (556) for a three-year term. Incumbent Deniece Walker ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

FARMINGDALE

Vote Approved, 1,988-1,181

Budget $146,957,711, a 1.34% decrease

Tax levy $112,296,282, a 2.52% increase

Average home Not available

Proposition Approved, 2,044-1,015, for Farmingdale Youth Council appropriation.

School board Incumbents John E. Capobianco and Stephen G. Wilson ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

FLORAL PARK-BELLEROSE

Vote Approved, 1,602-879

Budget $26,385,163, a 2% decrease

Tax levy $20,769,311, a 8.79% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,041 will increase 8.77% to $2,841

Propositions Approved, 1,607-712, to spend $402,379.62 from capital reserve fund for projects including boiler replacement at Floral Park-Bellerose School; approved, 1,399-941, to change the district's transportation mileage limitation of 1 mile for students in grades 5 and 6 to 1/2-mile.

School board Incumbent Jennell Y. Horan (1,260) defeated Glen Rettinger (1,140) and Denise DellaCorte (1,307) defeated Marc Mullen (1,170).

 

FRANKLIN SQUARE

Vote Approved, 1,134-773

Budget $33,926,720 budget, a 2.9% increase

Tax levy $24,968,292, a 6.9% increase

Average home Assessed at $382,137 will increase 9.6% to $2,790

School board Jean Fichtl ran unopposed for three-year term.

 

FREEPORT

Vote Approved, 1,432-839

Budget $149,477,547, a 2.18% increase

Tax levy $81,949,497, a 3.88% increase

Average home With a market value of $312,000 will increase about $200, from $5,147 this year

Proposition Approved, 1,466-602, to spend $1.5 million from the capital reserve fund for capital improvement projects.

School board Vilma Lancaster (1,426) and incumbent Ronald J. Ellerbe (1,803) defeated Shushanna Roper (602) for three-year terms.

 

GARDEN CITY

Vote Approved, 1,820-1,081

Budget $101,117,058, a 3.19% increase

Tax levy $90,654,014, a 2.58% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,959 will increase 2.1%

School board Angela Heineman and Tom Pinou ran unopposed for three-year and one-year terms, respectively.

 

GLEN COVE

Vote Approved, 1,023-578

Budget $72,052,501, up 2.37%

Tax levy $61,046,196, a 3.3% increase

Average home District officials said they could not provide an estimate of the increased tax levy's impact on the average single-family home.

School board Incumbent Joel M. Sunshine (1,040) and Barrie Dratch (675) ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

GREAT NECK

Vote Approved, 1,338-316

Budget $193,324,596, a 1.99% increase

Tax levy $182,231,882, a 1.99% increase

Average home District declined to estimate the tax increase, saying assessment information it had received was subject to change.

School board Incumbents Lawrence R. Gross and Susan Miner-Healy ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

HEMPSTEAD

Vote Approved, 567-309

Budget $167,087,335, a 3.98% increase

Tax levy $69,902,903, a 5.46% increase

Average home Increase 3.27% to $5,899

School board Incumbent Betty Cross (649) defeated Tammi Mitchell (534) for a three-year term.

 

HERRICKS

Vote Approved 2,387-1,678

Budget $98,997,770, a 2.55% increase

Tax levy $86,929,401, a 3.78% increase

Average home District officials said they could not provide an estimate of school taxes that would be paid on the average single-family home, citing unavailable assessment information from Nassau County.

School board Jim Gounaris (2,422) defeated Jonai Singh (1,607) and incumbent Christine Turner ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

HEWLETT-WOODMERE

Vote Approved, 1,809-1,351

Budget $103,238,325, a 2.37% increase

Tax levy $92,128,608, a 3.11% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,349 will increase 3.16% to $9,128

School board Challengers Cheryl May (2,222) and Scott McInnes (1,965) defeated incumbent Teena Ditchek Korman (1,293) for two at-large seats with three-year terms.

 

HICKSVILLE

Vote Approved, 1,865-1,036

Budget $117,178,303, a 2.63% increase

Tax levy $96,369,955, a 3.25% increase

Average home Increase 2.85% to $4,610.

Proposition Approved, 1,695-1,166, to authorize $50,000 appropriation to the Hicksville Gregory Museum for educational services.

School board Kevin J. Carroll (1,145) defeated incumbent Charles Coutieri (600) and Phil Heckler (668); incumbent Steven Culhane (1,199) beat challenger David Jao (877); incumbent Dolores Garger ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

ISLAND PARK

Vote Approved, 425-260

Budget $33,495,632, a 2.99% increase

Tax levy $29,428,988, a 1.72% increase

Average home The district declined to estimate tax paid on the average single-family home because Nassau County's assessment office has not provided the final assessment rate for the district.

School board Nina Hargrove ran unopposed for five-year term.

 

ISLAND TREES

Vote Approved, 894-520

Budget $57,315,640, a .52 % increase

Tax levy $39,606,410, a 2.99% increase

Average home Increase 2.68% to $5,896

School board Incumbent Kenneth Rochon (1,035) beat Gus Milonakis (2); George Storm (660) beat Joseph Buda (418) and Robert Vilbig Jr. (265) for the seat currently held by Robert Condella; incumbent Patricia Mahon (870) beat Brian Kelty (446). Terms are three years. Daniel Donahue (750) beat Michael Kutzma (316) and John Fontana (390) a for board seat with a one-year term. That seat is being vacated by Storm, who was appointed to complete Christine Holt's unexpired term in November after she left the board for personal reasons.

 

JERICHO

Vote Approved, 1,097-390

Budget $111,962,251, a 2.79% increase

Tax levy $101,337,751, a 2.94% increase

Average home The district declined to estimate the effect of the tax increase on the average home in the district.

School board Incumbents Claire Hochheiser (963) and Barbara Krieger (1,092) ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

LAWRENCE

Vote Approved, 3,187-792

Budget $93,150,155 budget, a .98% decrease

Tax levy $78,937,250, the same amount as the current year

Average home Decrease $96 to $6,217

School board Incumbent Murray Forman (3,319) defeated Nicole Di Iorio (2,199) and incumbent Asher Mansdorf (3,656) defeated Gwynette Campbell (1,903) for three-year terms.

 

LEVITTOWN

Vote Approved, 2,967-2,414

Budget $197,907,475, a 2.63% increase

Tax levy $125,052,875, a 3.43% increase

Average home Increase $215

School board Frank Ward and incumbents Michael Pappas and Peter Porrazzo ran unopposed.

 

LOCUST VALLEY

Vote Rejected, 1,312-1,192

Budget $73,921,062, a 2.9% increase

Tax levy $70,637,562, a 5.81% increase

Average home District officials said they could not provide an estimate of the tax levy's impact on the average single-family home.

Propositions Approved, 1,267-1,168, to fund driver's-ed program, but will not be funded because it was contingent on budget passage; approved, 1,510-893, to spend $1.1 million from its capital reserve fund to replace boilers at Bayville Intermediate School, repair the retaining wall at the high school loading dock, repair an exterior wall at Ann MacArthur Primary School and replace stage rigging in the high school auditorium; approved, 1,216-973, to create a Repair Reserve Fund of up to $2 million to be used for equipment repairs.

School board George M. Stimola (1,119), Maria Segura (985) and Charles Murphy (936) won seats over Randy G. Carr (870) and incumbents Yao H. Chu (902), Philip Bellisari (818) and Ronald J. Walsh Jr. (774). Terms are three years.

 

LONG BEACH

Vote Approved, 1,674-742

Budget $118,641,564, a 1.86% increase

Tax levy $88,965,564, same as this year

Average home Assessed at $1,144 in the City of Long Beach and $1,404 in the Town of Hempstead would pay $5,026 and $6,168, respectively, the same as this year.

School board Incumbents Dennis Ryan (1,833) and Pat Gallagher (1,726) defeated Ari Pine (1,016) for three-year terms.

 

LYNBROOK

Vote Approved, 1,384-947

Budget $72,896,885, a 2.81% increase

Tax levy $62,950,943, a 4.24% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,031 will increase 1.9% to $8,199

Propositions Approved, 1,416-895, to use $457,400 from the Technology Replacement Fund to upgrade computers; rejected, 1,390-939, to take $1.9 million from the district's capital reserve fund and $2.7 million from the facilities fund for renovating the South Middle School athletic complex.

School board Ellen Marcus (973) defeated Christine Basile (843) for a three-year term.

 

MALVERNE

Vote Approved, 747-615

Budget $47,512,111, a 3.26% increase

Tax levy $37,662,130, a 4.96% increase

Average home Assessed at $343,258 will increase 1.72% to $6,990

Proposition Approved, 733-500, to spend $400,000 from the capital reserve account to upgrade science laboratory facilities at Malverne High School and Howard T. Herber Middle School.

School board Incumbent Patrick R. Coonan (630) defeated write-in candidate Donald Pupke (385) for a four-year term.

 

MANHASSET

Vote Approved, 1,479-940

Budget $85,592,098, a 2.49% increase

Tax levy $76,089,738, a 2.79% increase

Averagehome Assessed at $1,144,800 will increase 2.59% to $11,344

Proposition Approved, 1,351-808, spending of $2,405,725 on running track and field reconstruction and storm drainage at Manhasset Middle/High School, exterior wall reconstruction at Munsey Park Elementary School and generator replacement at Shelter Rock Elementary School.

School board Incumbent Patricia Aitken ran unopposed.

 

MASSAPEQUA

Vote Approved, 3,249-2,372

Budget $179,209,899, a 1.72% increase

Tax levy $145,225,402, a 1.64% increase

Average home Not available

School board Jane Ryan (2,779) and Gary Bennett (2,917) beat Christine Lupetin Perrino (2,566) and Carl Hoops (2,488) for three-year terms.

 

MERRICK

Vote Approved, 949-663

Budget $42,341,991, a 3.31% increase

Tax levy $35,083,708, a 4.89% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,205 will increase 2.25% to $4,999

School board Incumbents Sheri Iskenderian and Butch Yamali ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

MINEOLA

Vote Approved, 1,633-1,194

Budget $84,221,638, a 5.11% increase

Tax levy $74,798,377, a 2.37% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,009 will pay about $5,975

School board Incumbents Terence Hale (1,647) and William Hornberger (1,662) won against Veronica Levitan and Joseph Manopella for three-year terms.

 

N. HYDE PARK-G. CITY PARK

Vote Approved, 1,163-796

Budget $33,527,125, a 2.97% increase

Tax levy $27,361,847, a 5.29% increase

Average home School tax paid would rise from $2,706.49 to $2,846.04, a 5.16% increase

School board Incumbents Alan Cooper and Patricia Rudd ran unopposed for three-year terms; Frank Miranda ran unopposed for a two-year term to complete the unexpired term of Annette Giarratani.

 

NORTH BELLMORE

Vote Approved, 1,611-936

Budget $48,029,117, a 2.18% increase

Tax levy $33,762,591, a 4.46% increase

Average home Assessed at $366,400 will pay $3,916.82, a 4.46% increase

School board John V. Ferrara (1,078) defeated incumbent Nina Lanci (1,061) for a three-year term.

 

NORTH MERRICK

Vote Approved, 716-525

Budget $26,813,000, a 2.11% increase

Tax levy $19,671,105, a 3.96% increase

Average home Assessed at $382,000 increases 3.74% to $4,127.89

School board Incumbents Jonathan Butler and Matthew Kuschner ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

NORTH SHORE

Vote Approved, 1,860-888

Budget $88,861,064, a 2.78% increase

Tax levy $81,647,654, a 3.95% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,702 will increase 1.27%

Proposition Approved, 1,727-887, to spend up to $3.1 million from a previously established capital reserve fund to renovate the high school track and install artificial turf.

School board Incumbent Amy Beyer (1,835) and Thomas P. Knierim (1,628) defeated Paul J. Echausse (1,230) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

OCEANSIDE

Vote Approved, 1,783-1,000

Budget $131,126,733, a 1.98% increase

Tax levy $108,524,187, a 3.77% increase

Average home The district did not respond to calls seeking information on the proposed budget's effect on property taxes. The assessed value of an average home in the district is about $1,000.

School board Donald Maresca (1,943) Mary Jane McGrath-Mulhern (1,841) and Sandie Schoell (1,750) ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

OYSTER BAY-EAST NORWICH

Vote Rejected, 1,036-1,002

Budget $50,657,664, a 3.94% increase

Tax levy $47,279,403, a 5.4% increase

Average home School officials said they could not provide the tax impact on the average assessed home because the district does not determine tax rates and assessment values have yet to be finalized.

Propositions Approved, 1,174-781, to spend $250,000 from the capital reserve fund on various school improvements; approved, 1,038-875, to authorize that the fund be used in the future for acquisition of equipment.

School board Maryann Santos (1,210) and Stephen Zbodula (833) beat incumbents Keith A. Kowalsky (786) and Donald Zoeller (605) for four-year terms.

 

PLAINEDGE

Vote Approved, 1,657-1,165

Budget $79,715,961, a 4.21% increase

Tax levy $58,070,000, a 3.99% increase

Proposition Approved, 1,708-965, to spend up to $960,000 from the $2.4-million capital reserve fund to upgrade facilities and systems.

School board Incumbents Catherine Flanagan and Patricia Zinke ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE

Vote Approved, 2,095-1,136

Budget $134,193,688, a 2.52% increase

Tax levy $113,354,174, a 2.59% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,102 will increase 2.52% to $8,716

Proposition Approved, 2,230-936, to spend no more than $4,364,500 from capital reserve fund on heating and ventilation reconstruction upgrades, emergency gas shut-off installations, other districtwide plumbing and masonry improvements and general maintenance

School board Incumbents Debbie Bernstein (2,016) and Ginger Lieberman (1,795) beat Charles A. Mazzocchi (1,375) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

PORT WASHINGTON

Vote Approved, 3,064-1,847

Budget $130,861,023, an increase of 2.9%

Tax levy $121,047,435, an increase of 3.95%

Average home Assessed at $2,041 would pay $10,764, up 3.9%

School board Alan Baer and William Hohauser ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

ROCKVILLE CENTRE

Vote Approved, 1,956-1,369

Budget $95,665,184, a 2.41% increase

Tax levy $82,564,854, a 5.49% increase

Average home Will increase 4.79% to $9,225

School board Mayda Kramer and incumbent Gregg Spaulding ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

ROOSEVELT

Vote Approved, 293-148

Budget $84,384,818, a 0.43% increase

Tax levy $21,973,191. a 4.96% increase

Average home Assessed at $735 will increase 4.7% to $4,757.55

School board Frank Scott (295) defeated Angelique McCullers-June (44) and incumbent Kimberley McLean (207) for a seat with a three-year term; Alfred T. Taylor (242) defeated Darleyne E. Mayers (216) for Scott's old seat, with a three-year term.

 

ROSLYN

Vote Approved, 879-372

Budget $97,634,983, up 1.90%

Tax levy $87,625,097, a 1.93% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,758 will increase 1.56% to $12,170.35

Propositions Approved, 909-307, to spend $3.5 million from the district's capital reserve fund; approved, 861-334, authorizes board to establish a separate $5-million capital reserve fund for replacement items, renovations and facility upgrades.

School board Incumbents Meryl Waxman Ben-Levy and Clifford Saffron ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

SEAFORD

Vote Rejected, 1,881-1,448

Budget $55,181,680, a 2.92% increase

Tax levy $45,040,824, an 8.99% increase

Average home Assessed at $923 would have increased 8.82% to $7,280

Proposition Rejected, 1,604-1,366, to use $596,719 from a bond issue to construct a driveway at Seaford Harbor Elementary School; rejected, 1,810-1,098, modifying mileage limits for students eligible for busing.

School board Incumbents Richard G. DiBlasio (2,278) and Brian Fagan (2,157) defeated Laura Phillips (957) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

SEWANHAKA

Vote Approved, 4,628-3,028

Budget $162,257,334, a 3.81% increase

Tax levy $126,769,528, a 5.18% increase

Average home Not available

School board Trustees are not elected. Two trustees are appointed to the school board from each of four elementary school districts.

 

SYOSSET

Vote Approved, 3,413-1,392

Budget $192,353,912, a 1.86% increase

Tax levy $178,576,770, a 2.69% increase

Average home The district was unable to provide an estimated increase in taxes for a house valued at the district average.

School board Laura Schlesinger (2,925) and incumbents Michael Cohen (3,177) and April Neuendorf (2,997) ran unopposed for three seats with three-year terms.

 

UNIONDALE

Vote Approved, 572-299

Budget $159,081,672, a 1.98% increase

Tax levy $116,346,901, up 3.99% Average home The district did not provide the school tax bill paid on an average single-family home in the district for either the 2010-11 or 2011-12 school years.

School board Incumbent Neville Georges (494) defeated Janet Weekes (429) for three-year term.

 

VALLEY STREAM 13

Vote Approved, 1,112-763

Budget $42,538,261, a 2.89% increase

Tax levy $30,909,586, a 2.48% increase

Average home Assessed at $890 will increase 2.49% to $3,265.85

School board Incumbent Sean T. Douglas (1,072) defeated challenger Bernadin Fleurima (400). Incumbents Frank Chiachiere and Debra Evans ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

VALLEY STREAM 24

 

Vote Approved, 501-254

Budget $27,218,846, a 2.26% increase

Tax levy $18,825,175, a 0.77% increase

Average home Assessed at $845 will increase 0.3% to $2,757

School board In a four-way race for three seats, incumbents Paul DePace (512) and Carole A. Meaney (536) and challenger Lisa Pellicane (511) won three-year terms. Incumbent Ian Wraith (315) lost.

 

VALLEY STREAM 30

Vote Approved, 465-308

Budget $32,409,760, a 3.23% increase

Tax levy $25,550,760, a 6.11% increase

Average home The district did not provide an estimate of the tax impact on the average home, saying the tax rate has not been set for different property classes.

Propositions Approved, 495-256, to spend $799,136 to repair heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. Approved, 468-257, to spend $631,496 to replace floors and improve sidewalks, ramps and playgrounds.

School board Incumbent Kenneth Cummings (388) defeated Margo V. McKenzie (223) for a five-year term.

 

VALLEY STREAM CENTRAL

Vote Approved, 1,943-1,341

Budget $101,983,619, a 1.29% increase

Tax levy $78,861,619, up 1.96%

Average home Assessed at $890 in District 13, $835 in District 24 and $809 in District 30; school tax will increase to $3,367.53 in District 13, $2,695.72 in District 24 and $2,898.90 in District 30

Propositions Approved, 1,976-1,250, to spend up to $1 million now in a capital reserve fund to make ventilation, bleacher and roof repairs; approved, 1,943-1,190, to create a new capital reserve fund to continue maintenance and repair projects in the district.

School board Trustees are not elected. Two trustees are appointed to the school board from each of four elementary school districts.

 

WANTAGH

Vote Approved, 2,353-1,121

Budget $70,194,507, a 1.46% increase

Tax levy $53,280,124, a 3.99% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,029 will increase 3.93% to $8,234.

School board Incumbent Michael Cucci (2,161) and Michael Soethout (2,111) defeated Mitchell Zerner (1,590) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

WEST HEMPSTEAD

Vote Approved, 1,071-893

Budget $54,397,183, a 2.85% increase

Tax levy $39,843,764, a 2.99% increase

Average home Assessed at $898 will increase 4.72% to $6,479

School board Incumbents Walter Ejnes and Pamela Lotito ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

WESTBURY

Vote Rejected, 683-642

Budget $109,707,104, a 4.19% increase

Tax levy $73,414,826, a 5.51% increase

Average home $8,924, a 7.2% increase

School board Incumbent Karin B. Campbell (727) and Laura Pierce (765) defeated Stan Ercolano (643) for two seats with three-year terms.

 


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AMAGANSETT

Vote Approved, 135-52

Budget $9,190,546, a 5.81% increase

Tax levy $8,107,825, a 4.97% increase

Average home Assessed at $6,000 will increase 5.44% to $1,645

Proposition Approved, 143-88, to spend $873,834 for library maintenance and capital improvements

School board Patrick R. Bistrian (144) and Phelan Wolf (101) defeated Vinvent Vigorita (94) for seats with three-year terms.

 

AMITYVILLE

Vote Approved, 939-385

Budget $77,612,773, a 0.66% increase

Tax levy $51,404,045, a 3% increase

Average home Increase 3% from $4,993 to $5,143. With $350,000 as the estimated market value, the assessed value of a home in the part of the district in the Town of Babylon is $3,675; the assessed value of a home in the part of the district in the Town of Oyster Bay is $1,015.

School board Mark Epps (790) defeated incumbent Charles Walters (522); Ronald A. Moss (770) defeated incumbent Diane M. Koza Egglinger (556); incumbent Lisa Johnson ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

BABYLON

Vote Approved, 981-524

Budget $46,086,988, a 2.66% increase

Tax levy $35,298,246, a 2.86% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,299 increases 2.86% to $8,246

School board Gregory Antolini (935), Dominick M. Montalto Jr. (915), Alena J. Berenblatt (859) and incumbent Roger A. Katz (786) defeated Pauline Cimaszewski (695) and John Savoca (659) for four seats. Antolini, Montalto and Berenblatt have three-year terms; Katz serves a one-year term caused by incumbent Catherine Vukovich leaving her seat prematurely.

 

BAY SHORE

Vote Approved, 1,940-1,097

Budget $142,419,999, up 2%

Tax levy $92,381,302, up 3.8% i Average home Assessed at $40,000 increases 3.9% to $6,892

School board Incumbent Guy Leggio (2,000) and challenger Louis Bettinelli (1,621) defeated incumbent Jerry Berka (1479) for three-year terms.

 

BAYPORT-BLUE POINTVote Approved, 1,511-887

Budget $63,663,681, a 2.7% increase

Tax levy $43,645,523, a 3.99% increase

Average home Increases 3.99% to $7,057; assessed value of avera9ge district home is $37,350 in Bayport and $2,604 in Blue Point.

School board Diane D'Angelo (1,296) beat Rita Palma (1,051) for a three-year term.

 

BRENTWOOD

Vote Approved, 1,051-946

Budget $311,477,042, a 2.43% increase

Tax levy $88,777,238, a 4.92% increase

Average home Assessed at $35,000 increases 4.92% to $4,090

School board Challengers Michael Jahkhah (1,507) and Helen Moss (1,514) defeated incumbents Mike Sgroi (829) and Roland Jiménez (903), respectively, for three-year terms.

 

BRIDGEHAMPTON

Vote Approved, 136-55

Budget $10,576,714, a 5.63% increase

Tax levy $9,188,731, up 8.62% Average home Assessed at $1 million increases 7.85% to $1,522.18

Proposition Approved, 131-57, authorizes collecting $125,000 through taxes for the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center.

School board Incumbents Nicki Hemby and Elizabeth Kotz unopposed for three-year terms.

 

CENTER MORICHES

Vote Approved, 958-539

Budget $36,704,388, a 2.55% increase

Tax levy $20,144,026, a 6.62% increase

Average home Increases 6.62%, from $233.50 for every $100 of assessed value to $248.95 for every $100 of assessed value.

Proposition Approved, 794-688, modification of transportation eligibility policy for grades K-12 from the existing zero-mile limit to 1-mile for grades K-5 and 11/2-miles for grades 6-12.

School board Incumbents Daniel Finnegan (925) and Wayne A. Vitale (800) defeated Kelly Platt (649) for three-year terms.

 

CENTRAL ISLIP

Vote Approved, 977-968

Budget $167,085,064, a 2.5% decrease

Tax levy $85,146,214, a 6.47% increase

Average home Assessed at $40,000 increases 6.55% to $8,268

School board Challengers Olga Barahona (925), Edna Carbajal (792) and Monique McCray (826) defeated incumbents William Softy (723) and Rafael Orozco (706) and challengers Octavio Lomax (332), Dale Shaw (738), Ruben Vallejo(222) and Javier Saenz De Viteri (656). Terms are three years.

 

COLD SPRING HARBOR

Vote Approved, 758-438

Budget $58,420,903, a 2.86% increase

Tax levy $54,091,985, a 3.93% increase

Average home The district says it cannot calculate the increase in taxes on an average single-family home until after the state sets the equalization rate in August.

Proposition Approved, 822-360, spending $1.8 million from capital reserve fund on school building improvements and installation of a wireless network.

School board Incumbents Janice Elkin (854), Lori Homer (863) and Joseph Morante (885) ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

COMMACK

Vote Approved, 2,680-1,585

Budget $166,081,826, a 3.33% increase

Tax levy $122,982,220, a 2.96% increase

Average home In Smithtown, the average house assessed at $6,000 will pay school taxes of $9,099, an estimated increase of 2.81% over the current $8,850; the average Huntington house assessed at $4,200 will have a school tax bill of $9,774, an estimated increase of 3.19% from this year's $9,472.

School boardPeter Wunsch (1,786) beat (Miguel) Micheal Chacon (1,474) and incumbent Mary Jo Masciello ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

COMSEWOGUE

Vote Approved, 1,239-523

Budget $76,558,768, a .19% decrease

Tax levy $47,395,268, a 7.33% increase

Average home Assessed at $2,900 increases 7.33% to $6,239

School board Alexandra Gordon (836) and James M. Sanchez (674) defeated Philip Lunarola (192), Jeanne Millett (331), Lynellen Nielse (359) and Stephen P. Ruddy (489) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

CONNETQUOT

Vote Approved, 2,330-1,353

Budget $164,910,433, a 1.9% increase

Tax levy $110,236,895, up 3.95%

Average home Will pay $7,904.70, a 3.95% increase

School board Incumbent Michael D. Kealey (1,783) defeated challenger Leo R. Marinick (1,497), and incumbent Lee Kennedy (1,746) defeated challenger Deana M. Barbaro (1,601) for three-year terms.

 

COPIAGUE

Vote Approved, 1,122-507

Budget $101,902,840, a 1.39% increase

Tax levy $53,974,654, a 2.97% increase

Average home Increases to $6,240.28

School board Incumbents Rosemary Natoli and Brian Sales were unopposed for three-year terms.

 

DEER PARK

Vote Approved, 1,362-634

Budget $97,801,071, a 2.72% increase

Tax levy $62,009,945, a 2.38% increase

Average home Assessed at $5,000 increases 3.47% to $8,885.

School board Incumbent Ronald Wayne and Donna Gulli Grunseich ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

EAST HAMPTON

Vote Approved, 540-271

Budget $64,413,444, a 0.56% decrease

Tax levy $45,623,013, a 3.64% increase

Average home Information not provided

School board Jacqueline M. Lowey (490) and Patricia Hope (464) defeated Liz Pucci (351), Paul Fiondella (257) and Marie Klarman (88) for three-year terms.

 

EAST ISLIP

Vote Approved, 2,924-1,952

Budget $103,929,639, a 3.1% increase

Tax levy $64,681,011, a 6.98% increase

Average home Assessed at $40,000 increases 6.98% to $7,000

School board Incumbent Kim G. Phillips (2,175) defeated challenger Steven Behan (1,939), and incumbent Glenn Reed (1,756) defeated challengers Frank Gerace (1,416) and Joseph J. Montouri Jr. (1,195) for three-year terms.

 

EAST MORICHES

Vote Approved, 424-172

Budget $24,085,123, an increase of less than 1%

Tax levy $17,240,537, a 1.48% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,000 increases 2.34% to $6,973

School board Michael Griffin ran unopposed for three-year term.

 

EAST QUOGUE

Vote Approved, 366-292

Budget $22,026,040, a 2.97% increase

Tax levy $19,255,069, a 5.69% increase

Average home Assessed at $500,000 will pay $5,106, an increase of 11.46%

Proposition Approved, 522-123, to extend the contract with Westhampton Beach to provide high school education for one year

School board Incumbents Patricia Tuzzolo (416) and Mario Cardaci (396) defeated Arthur Solnick (238) for three-year terms.

 

EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR

Vote Approved, 1,040-525

Budget $82,595,650, a 4.09% increase

Tax levy $45,787,346, a 4.99% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,440 increases 4.99% to $7,809

School board Incumbent Janet Stevens (854) and challenger Donna Moeller (787) defeated Raymond Navarrete (680) for three-year terms.

 

ELWOOD

Vote Approved, 1,779-1,129

Budget $53,949,930, a 5.56% increase

Tax levy $39,934,711, a 7.98% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 increases 8.91%, about $750 a year.

School board William Gutekunst (1,382) defeated James Tomeo (1,227) for the seat held by current board president Michael Kaszubski; Michael LaMena (1,375) beat Jack Schwartz (1,113) for the seat held by incumbent Patricia Matos, who withdrew from the race. Terms are three years.

 

FIRE ISLAND

Vote Approved, 95-6

Budget $5,988,833, up .72%

Tax levy $4,814,800, a 1.97% increase

Average home In Brookhaven will pay a rate of $22.11 per $100 of assessed valuation; in the Town of Islip, an average home will pay a rate of $1.63 per $100

School board Incumbents Vernon Henriksen and Judi Phelan ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

FISHERS ISLAND

Vote Rejected, 39-28

Budget $3,460,000, a 1.8% increase.

Tax levy $3,020,646, a 1.9% increase

Average home The district declined to offer an estimated school tax impact because of the widely varying housing stock on the island.

School board Newcomers Jamie Doucette (53) and Laurie Finan (45) and former incumbent Sara McLean (37), a write-in candidate, were elected. Two seats have three-year terms and the remaining seat has a one-year term. Each of the top two vote-getters will choose which seat she wants, and the third will fill the final seat.

 

GREENPORT

Vote Approved, 282-65

Budget $14,100,005, a 1.91% increase

Tax levy $10,684,428, a 5.64% increase

Average home $67.43 per $100 of assessed valuation, a 5.64% increase

School board Michael Mazzaferro ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

HALF HOLLOW HILLS

Vote Approved, 1,748-1,110

Budget $215,978,880, a 3.89% increase

Tax levy $178,147,658, a 4.94% increase

Average home Assessed at $5,500 will increase 4.94% to $9,774, the district estimates.

School board Diana Acampora (1,613), Betty DeSabato (1,655) and Paul Peller (1,558) beat Maria Holmquist (1,515) and Christopher Schiavo (1,120) for three seats with three-year terms.

 

HAMPTON BAYS

Vote Approved, 977-598

Budget $44,949,233, a 2.59% increase

Tax levy $40,735,893, a 5.18% increase

Average home $5,106.07, a 5.92% increase

Propositions Approved, 1,039-526, to spend $300,000 from the unreserved fund balance to repair and upgrade the district's buildings and grounds; approved, 976-529, to establish a districtwide capital reserve roof or HVAC replacement reserve fund in order to finance the cost of replacing roofs or systems in the district's buildings.

School board Dorothy Capuano ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

HARBORFIELDS

Vote Approved, 2,068-979

Budget $73,975,620, a 3.51% increase

Tax levy $56,512,100, a 4.45% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 will increase by 4.91%, to $8,719.20.

School board Incumbents Nicholas Giuliano (1,707) and Michael Banks (1,560) defeated challenger Samantha Smith (1,342) for seats with three-year terms.

 

HAUPPAUGE

Vote Approved, 1,703-1,085

Budget $97,176,503, a 3.35% increase

Tax levy $74,554,055, a 3.46% increase

Average home In Smithtown the average home assessed at $6,000 increases 3.46% to $5,021; in Islip it goes up 3.41% to $5,585

School board Incumbents Susan Hodosky and Pat Lesser ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

HUNTINGTON

Vote Approved, 2,318-1,139

Budget $109,037,301, a .23% increase

Tax levy $94,258,187, a 2.48% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 increases 3.15% to $8,286

Proposition Approved, 2,460-837, authorizes spending money in the current Building Improvement Fund on a variety of projects in district buildings.

School board Challengers Jennifer Hebert (1,677) and Adam Spector (1,656) defeated incumbent William Dwyer (1,327) and challengers Jim Cahill (1,242) and Susan Tully (842) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

ISLIP

Vote Approved, 1,831-674

Budget $68,711,390, a 3.53% increase

Tax levy $48,686,000, a 5.26% increase

Average home Assessed at $45,000 increases 3.8% ($6,384 with the state's school-tax relief program, STAR)

School board Incumbent Myrill E. Armstrong Solaski ran unopposed, and challenger David F. Twomey (1,236) defeated incumbent Laura M. Paehr (756) and challenger John Abruzzo (305) for three-year terms.

 

KINGS PARK

Vote Approved, 1,844-943

Budget $79,111,079, a 1.7% increase

Tax levy $59,629,828, a 2.9% increase

Average home Assessed at $6,000 increases 2.9% to $7,501.64

Proposition Approved, 1,971-736, to spend $1.1 million from the capital reserve fund for replacement of the roof at R.J.O. Intermediate School.

School board Incumbent trustee Marie Goldstein ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

LINDENHURST

Vote Approved, 2,154-2,026

Budget $140,152,477, a 2.23% increase

Tax levy $86,809,726, a 6.89% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 increases 6.89% to $7,740.42

School board Incumbent Edward J. Murphy Jr. (1,826) defeated Charles M. Clyne (1,354); Julie Ann Bartolomeo (1,551) defeated incumbent Robert F. Spero (1,251); Valerie McKenna (1,795) won over Philip Renna (1,522). Terms are three years.

 

LONGWOOD

Vote Approved, 2,571-1,169

Budget $205,600,000, a 1.25% decrease

Tax levy $115,856,855, a 3.95% increase

Average home Assessed at $2,565 increases 3.95% to $5,649.78

School board Philip Reany Jr. (1,450) and Frank Muraca (1,399) beat Jeffrey P. Davis (1,214), Desiree Elliott (1,074) and Robert L. Dickerson (914) for two seats with three-year terms.

 

MATTITUCK-CUTCHOGUE

Vote Approved, 703-552

Budget $37,363,239, a 2.25% increase

Tax levy $32,886,839, a 2.06% increase

Average home Assessed at $500,000 will rise 2.24% to $4,240.

School board Gerard E. Diffley (807) and Charles Anderson (778) were elected to two seats with three-year terms. Laura Jens-Smith (740) edged out Joan Ferris (591) for a seat with a one-year term completing the unexpired term of a former board member.

 

MIDDLE COUNTRY

Vote Approved, 2,988-942

Budget $211,302,498, a 1.65% increase

Tax levy $118,660,456, a 6.68% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 increases 6.68% to $8,805

School board Incumbent Doreen Feldmann (1,520) beat challengers Lisa Bailey (914) and Vincent Zecca (777); Daniel Hill (1,714) beat Susan Jacobson (1,226) and Christopher M. Millwater (655); Debbie Parker ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

MILLER PLACE

Vote Approved, 1,537-779

Budget $64,252,252, a 3.83% increase

Tax levy $39,857,391, a 3.89% increase

Average home Assessed at $4,000 increases 4.94% to $9,214

School board Brian Neyland (1,198) and Doug Ports (1,059) win three-year terms; Ann O'Brien (1,139), as third-highest vote-getter, is elected to a two-year term to fill out an unexpired term; Michael Arnold (1,054), Maria Schuchmann (948) and Jennifer Leen (746) were defeated.

 

MONTAUK

Vote Approved, 205-139

Budget $18,131,631, a .90% increase

Tax levy $16,319,657, a .75% increase

Average home Tax of $2,619.50, a 2.55% increase

School board Incumbent Patti Leber ran unopposed for a five-year term.

 

MOUNT SINAI

Vote Approved 1,073-626

Budget $54,921,905, a 1.24% increase

Tax levy $36,167,469, a 3.93% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,800 increases 3.93% to $8,685.32

School board Robert P. Sweeney (727), Kerri Kelly (688) and Edward K. Law (668) defeated incumbent John Yavorka (657), Marnie Kula (603), Deborah Lang (577) and Tracy J. Harkins McCall (335) for three seats with three-year terms.

 

NEW SUFFOLK

Vote Approved, 37-1

Budget $747,168, a 10.82% decrease

Tax levy $747,168, A 23.44 decrease

Average home Tax rate drops 23.4%, but district has no figures for an average home

School board Tony Dill ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

NORTH BABYLON

Vote Approved, 1,787-809

Budget $103,659,700, a 3.27% decrease

Tax levy $56,468,937, a 3.33% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,700 increases 3.96%, to $6,336.32.

School board Incumbent Barbara Ferguson (980) defeated Greg Hartranft (830); Robert Scheid (717) defeated Theresa Callahan (606), Heather Rowland (622) and Debra Simpson (272); incumbents Barbara Leun and Janet Meyerson ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT

Vote Approved, 3,114-2,348

Budget $151,178,758, a 2.5% increase

Tax levy $131,445,850, a 1.69% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,800 increases 1.83% to $6,163.60

Proposition Approved, 3,753-1,442, to spend $900,000 from capital reserve fund to replace two boilers at East Northport Middle School and the front stairs at the William J. Brosnan school.

School board Incumbent Jennifer Thompson (2,866), and Joseph Sabia (3,307), Tammie Topel(2,847) and Kristen Gavin (2,737) defeated incumbents Joseph Gannon (2,445) and Karen Wills (2,291). The candidate with the fourth-highest number of votes will fill a one-year term created after Tim Madden vacated his seat early.

 

OYSTERPONDS

Vote Approved, 138-70

Budget $5,626,644, a 1.44% increase

Tax levy $4,861,765, a 1.53% decrease

Average home Assessed at $400,000 increases from $2,200 to $2,400

School board Janice Caufield and Jeffrey Demarest ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD

Vote Approved, 2,442-1,703

Budget $159,971,975, a 1.19% decrease

Tax levy $95,750,313, a 2.64% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,000 increases 4% to $6,476.70

School board Incumbent Brett P. Houdek (1,811) defeated Christine Rignola (1,639) and incumbent Joseph L. LoSchiavo ran unopposed for three-year terms. for a three-year term.

 

PORT JEFFERSON

Vote Approved, 832-807

Budget $37,354,521, a 0% increase

Tax levy $31,960,867, a 8.20% increase

Average home Assessed at $5,000 increases 8.93% to $6,577

School board Challenger Isak Prohovnik (954) and incumbent Robert Ramus (874) defeated James Laffey (787) for three-year terms.

 

QUOGUE

Vote Approved, 79-28

Budget $7,546,553, a 3.56% increase

Tax levy $6,856,225, a 3.98% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,500,000 increases 2.73% to $2,820

Proposition Approved, 104-5, tuition for students in seventh through 12th grade in the Westhampton School District.

School board Incumbent Larry Berman ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

REMSENBURG-SPEONK

Vote Approved, 198-179

Budget $12,172,350, a 2.8% increase

Tax levy $11,156,708, a 6.4% increase

Average home Increases to $4,959, a 9.4% increase

Propositions Approved, 292-81, contract with Westhampton Beach and Eastport-South Manor.

School board Deirdre DeVita (177) beat Kerry Horton (151) for seat with a three-year term.

 

RIVERHEAD

Vote Approved, 1,936-1,153

Budget $109,594,658, 1.26% increase

Tax levy $86,794,515, up 4.93% Average home A typical home in the Riverhead part of the district assessed at $42,401 will pay $4,009, a 4.92% increase. Officials said they did not have the information to calculate the change in the Brookhaven and Southampton parts of the district.

Proposition Approved, 2,069-930, transfer of up to $5 million from existing reserve fund for school repairs.

School board Ann Cotten-DeGrasse (1,960), Gregory Meyer (1,957) and Kimberly Ligon (1,823) defeated Patricia Sapienza-Brown (1,661) for seats with three-year terms.

 

ROCKY POINT

Vote Approved, 1,039-515

Budget $69,509,578, a 3.97% increase

Tax levy $43,491,898, a 4.93% increase

Average home Not available

PropositionApproved, 1,056-450, to spend $2,993,000 from capital reserve fund for projects such as roof replacement and asbestos abatement at the high school.

School board Incumbents Michael Nofi (1,037) and Diane Burke (752) defeated Barbara Dallon (420), Mary Heely (392), Frank Moscatiello (258) and Alan Longman (88) for three-year terms.

 

SACHEM

Vote Approved, 4,960-3,034

Budget $287,834,125, a 2.03% increase

Tax levy $151,445,397, a 3.15% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,500 in Brookhaven will be $6,178, up from $5,913; assessed at $40,000 in Islip will be $5,208, up from $4,984; assessed at $6,000 in Smithtown will be $6,913, up from $6,616.

School board Incumbent Christine Lampitelli (3,101) defeated Daniel Smith (2,734); Dorothy Roberts (3,514) defeated incumbent Michael Licata (2,414); Michael J. Isernia and Teri Ahearn ran unopposed. Terms are three years except for Insernia, whose term is for one year to fill vacancy caused by a board member's resignation.

 

SAG HARBOR

Vote Approved, 917 to 698.

Budget $33,226,084, a 5.48% increase

Tax levy $30,995,209, a 4.69% increase

Average home Increase of 0.06%, to $4,943.

Proposition Approved, 917-557, to establish a capital projects reserve fund.

School board Incumbent Mary Anne Miller (1,065), incumbent Theresa Samot (1,053) and Sandi Kruel (886) defeated Annette Bierfriend (801). Terms are three years.

 

SAGAPONACK

Vote Approved, 49-5

Budget $1,636,766, an increase of 2.60%

Tax levy $1,535,721, a decrease of 0.51%

Average home Assessed at $4.5 million, increases by 1.76%.

School board Fred Wilford ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

SAYVILLE

Vote Approved, 1,937-1,279

Budget $81,779,400, a 3.87% increase

Tax levy $54,435,720, a 7.39% increase

Average home Assessed at $40,000 increases 7.39% to $6,976

School board Incumbents Thomas Cooley and Deborah Van Essendelft ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

SHELTER ISLAND

Vote Approved, 383-132

Budget $9,640,614, a 0.97% increase

Tax levy $8,727,224, a 1.45 % increase

Average home Unavailable

Propositions Approved, 341-170, to spend up to $2,237,000 for repairs and renovations at the Shelter Island School; approved, 326-184, to spend up to $600,000 for a new generator and to make electrical improvements at the school; approved, 366-144, to establish a capital reserve fund that could accumulate up to $10 million for improvements at the school under its Fitness Improvements to ballfields and Tennis (FIT) courts program.

School board Elizabeth Melichar-Lechmanski (361), Linda C. Eklund (306) and Alfred Brigham (44) won three-year terms.

 

SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER

Vote Approved, 1,742-905

Budget $59,976,799, a 3.47% increase

Tax levy $47,478,560, a 2.06% increase

Average home Assessed at $400,000 increases 2.13% to $7,089

Propositions Approved, 1,705-874, to spend $66,144 from the district's Tax Reduction Reserve Fund to improve storm-water drainage at the entrance of Briarcliff Elementary School; approved, 1,688-874, to spend $825,000 from the reserve fund to replace six underground storage fuel-oil tanks at district schools.

School board Challenger John Zukowski (1,116) and incumbents Jack Costas (1,304) and William McGrath (996) defeated Robert Alcorn (908), Anthony F. Keith Field (830), Anthony DeLouise (779) and Stephen Offutt (614) for three seats with three-year terms.

 

SMITHTOWN

Vote Approved, 4,847-2,342

Budget $212,361,284, a 0.41% increase

Tax levy $166,306,897, a 4.92% increase

Average home Assessed at $6,000 sees taxes go up 4.92%.

Proposition Approved, 3,915-3,055, reduction of bus service for public and private school students.

School board Challenger Grace Plourde (3,307) defeated incumbent Robert Rossi (3,045); challenger Joanne McEnroy (3,687) defeated incumbent Neil Carlin (2,540). Incumbent Gladys M. Waldron ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

SOUTH COUNTRY

Vote Approved, 1,709-1,188

Budget $113,995,963, a 3.99% increase

Tax levy $53,353,439, a 3.14% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,000 increases 3.14% to $182.06

School board Biaggia Jeanette Mistler (1,882) and incumbents Barbara Schatzman (2,041) and Victor Correa (1,425) defeated Antoinette Huffine (1,373) for three seats with three-year terms.

 

SOUTH HUNTINGTON

Vote Approved, 2,135-1,106

Budget $140,255,037, a 1.29% increase

Tax levy $100,401,290, a 4.76% increase

Average home Assessed at $3,500 increases 5.91% to $7,767.03

School board Incumbent Jim Kaden (1,661) and challenger Lisa Brieff (1,793) defeated incumbent Melanie Vassallo (846) and challenger Laci Wright (1,339) for two at-large seats. Terms are three years.

 

SOUTHAMPTON

Vote Approved, 621-363

Budget $58,485,815, a 2.12% increase

Tax levy $47,756,817, up 4.31% increase

Average home Assessed at $500,000 increases 1.8% to $1,130.

Propositions Approved, 639-325, to spend $3.1 million from capital reserve fund on school building repairs and alterations; approved, 604-331, bus garage repairs; approved, 617-344, bus purchases; approved, 633-331, funding for Southampton Youth Association; approved, 553-403, funding for Parrish Art Museum; approved 580-345, funding for Southampton Historical Society.

School board Nicholas Palumbo (423) and Amy K. Pierson (423) won two seats, defeating Natasha Jeffries (299), Myron Glucksman (224), Charles A. Styler (203) and Edward S. Simioni (170). Terms are five years.

 

SOUTHOLD

Vote Approved, 645-447

Budget $26,254,778, a 2.25% increase

Tax levy $22,828,921, a 1.42% increase

Average home Assessed at $6,400 pays $4,799, an increase of 2.08%

Proposition Approved, 730-349, to spend up to $250,000 to buy three buses.

School board Scott Latham and Scott DeSimone ran unopposed for three-year terms.

 

SPRINGS

Vote Approved, 562-436

Budget $24,874,071, a 6.59% increase

Tax levy $21,784,671, a 7.67% increase

Average home Assessed at $600,000 sees taxes go up 5.8% to $5,261.23.

Propositions Approved, 704-246, authorizing school board to transfer money annually from its fund balance to its repair reserve fund; approved, 793-186, authorizing three-year tuition agreement, through 2015, with the East Hampton School District to educate Springs students in grades 9-12.

School board Liz Mendelman (503) and Timothy Frazier (442) defeated Arthur Goldman (416) and Phyllis I. Mallah (281) for three-year terms.

 

THREE VILLAGE

Vote Approved, 3,621-2,519

Budget $174,585,266, a 4.47 % increase

Tax levy $127,913,641, a 3.8 % increase

Average home Assessed at $4,200 gets a tax bill for $9,285

School board The top three vote-getters -- Irene Gische (3,472), Jeffrey Kerman (3,431) and Inger Germano (3,289) -- won three at-large seats with three-year terms. Fourth-place finisher Deanna Bavlnka (3,240) will complete the final year of a seat vacated by Carol Leister. Defeated were incumbent Frank McIntosh (2,650), Faiza Akhtar (2,185), Charles Massimo (2,511) and Jacqueline Rudman (2,457).

 

TUCKAHOE

Vote Approved, 165-157

Budget $17,061,391, up 3.5%

Tax levy $15,584,142, a 2.76% increase

Average home Assessed at $905,912 pays $5,739.28, an increase of 3.62%

Proposition Approved, 191-124, to spend $53,320 for district participation in the Southampton Youth Association; approved, 191-124 to spend $7,868 for district participation in the Parrish Art Museum; approved, 205-110 to contract with Southampton and Westhampton Beach school districts for education of grade 9-12 students and provide transportation for students attending those high schools.

School board Incumbent Robert E. Grisnik ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

WAINSCOTT

Vote Approved, 38-6

Budget $3,579,870, a 0.64% increase

Tax levy $2,677,870, a 1.72% increase

Average home School taxes on the average single-family home would rise 1.91 percent. District officials would not estimate dollar amounts, citing variations in the value of houses in the district and complications because the district includes locations in both East Hampton and Southampton.

School board Incumbent Iris Osborn ran unopposed for a three-year term.

 

WEST BABYLON

Vote Approved, 1,546-962

Budget $93,975,510, a .89% increase

Tax levy $62,178,165, a 6.46% increase

Average home Assessed at $5,000 increases 6.46% to $9,101.24

School board Cathy Gismervik (1,496), James F. Bocca (1,388) and Diane Thiel (1,685) defeated incumbent Lucy Campasano (1,262) for three seats with three-year terms.

 

WEST ISLIP

Vote Approved, 2,175-1,617

Budget $107,143,770, a 2.92% increase

Tax levy $72,967,422, a 7.73% increase

Average home Assessed at $45,000 increases 7.73% to $7,548.35

School board Incumbent Robert W. Ulrich ran unopposed, and Ronald Maginniss (1,620) defeated Kevin O'Connor (1,301) for three-year terms.

 

WESTHAMPTON BEACH

Vote Approved, 436-233.

Budget $50,357,732, up 2.84%

Tax levy $25,588,819, up 3.31%

Average home Assessed at $600,000 will see taxes increase 3.83% to $3,285.

School board Challenger George R. Kast Jr. (345) defeated incumbent Aram V. Terchunian (303) for a five-year term.

 

WILLIAM FLOYD

Vote Approved, 2,500-2,485

Budget $208,134,194, a 4.05% increase

Tax levy $90,116,091, 12.47% increase

Average home Assessed at $1,995 increases 12.48% to $5,186.40

School board Incumbent Jeananne Dawson (2,029) defeated Joseph H. Johnson (1,575). Incumbent Robert Taiani ran unopposed. Terms are three years.

 

WYANDANCH

Vote Approved, 139-102

Budget $53,180,000, a 3.47% decrease

Tax levy $19,894,389, a 4% increase

Average home Assessed at $2,750 increases 5.90% to $5,240

School board Incumbent Nancy Holliday (262) defeated Jessica Pierre (111); the Rev. Ronald Allen Sr. (190) defeated incumbent Yvonne Holder Robinson (117), Stacy Johnson (62) and Grace Johnson (30). Terms are three years.