Half Hollow Hills voters will decide Tuesday on a proposed school budget of $289,790,216, representing a 3.43% increase in spending and a property tax levy increase of 1.46%.
Voters will select three members of the Board of Education, choosing between incumbents Diana Acampora and Michael Prywes and challengers Todd Baker, John Mathew and Frank Percoco.
Betty DeSabato chose not to run for re-election.
The district said that the proposed budget includes the creation of a Biological Research Space at High School East, which will be available to all secondary science research students. It is designed to help students develop their programming, engineering and research skills through engagement in controlled indoor agriculture technologies.
Voting opens at 7 a.m. and runs until 10 p.m. at High School East,PROPOSED2023-24BUDGET