South Huntington: 3 Trustees Re-Elected; Budget, Proposition Pass

South Huntington voters approved three incumbents to new terms on the Board of Education  Tuesday night, and passed the budget of $217,524,666 for the next schoolyear. The budget represents an increase of  4.04% in spending, with a tax levy increase of 2.40%. Re-elected to three-year Read More …

Huntington, Elwood Budgets Pass; Trustees Chosen

Huntington voters re-elected two incumbents and chose one newcomer to the Board of Education Tuesday night. Voters also easily approved the budget, 1,059-206. Re-elected were Theresa Sullivan (882) and Thomas Galvin (856). Newcomer Dr. Annie Michaelian, who is a principal in the South Huntington district, Read More …

Elwood Schools: 2 Candidates for Board; Budget of $76,760,609

Elwood voters will choose two members  of the school board on May 21 as well as vote on the school budget for the 2024-25 school year. Two seats on the Board of Education are available. Vice president Heather Mammolito has decided not to run again, Read More …

Board to Take Up $229-Million Budget

The Huntington Town Board will take up its its proposed 2024 budget of  $229 million Thursday night. It is a 4.09% increase over the current budget, and includes $1.9 million in higher fees projected to be paid into the building and planning departments. Fees paid Read More …

Budget, Country Pointe Project on Board Agenda

The Huntington Town Board will take up  the tentative 2023 operating budget when it meets Thursday. Supervisor Ed Smyth noted in a letter to town council members that the $219,575,260 budget falls within the state-mandated tax cap, with an increase of 2.56% over the 2022 Read More …

Elwood Voters Approve Budget, 2 New Board Members

Elwood voters Tuesday approved the proposed budget and elected two new members to the Board of Education. Elected were Dr. Sara Siddiqui, the top vote getter with 2,489 votes, and Thomas P. Scarola, with 2,281. Incumbent Becky Marcus had 1,775 votes and challenger George Neofitos Read More …

LI Officials Push for Restoration of State Funding

Village and town officials pushed back Friday against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget proposal that would cut $19 million in funds from local budgets. Led by State Sen. James Gaughran and Assemblyman Fred Thiele, the bipartisan group of about 25 officials from around Long Island stood Read More …