6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Plainedge High School.
The district proposes a $93,851,980 budget for 2018-19, an increase of 2.56 percent from the current $91,509,907. The tax levy would increase 1.75 percent, from $64,259,355 to $65,383,894.
The amount is within what’s allowed under the district’s tax-cap limit of 1.99 percent, so a simple majority would approve the budget.
School officials did not provide estimates on the average single-family house increases, citing determinations to be made by Nassau County and New York State. Taxes on the average single-family home this year were $9,383.57, officials said.
A proposition asks voters to approve spending up to $3,998,200 from existing capital reserve funds for districtwide upgrades, including to bathrooms, playgrounds, and smartboards. A second proposition would create a $5.87 million capital reserve fund dedicated to security enhancements. The propositions would not affect the tax rate, according to the district.
Incumbents Joseph Netto and Sisi Wong Townson, along with Lynnda Nadien, are running unopposed for by-seat contests. Terms are three years. Jennifer Maggio is running for a one-year term.