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District Budget Information



PROPOSITION 1 -THE SCHOOL BUDGET

Shall the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District be authorized to expend the sum of money which will be required for school district purposes for the year July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019 in the amount of $275,391,654 and to levy the necessary tax therefor?
YES - 907
NO - 302 

PROPOSITION 2 -THE NEWBURGH FREE LIBRARY BUDGET

Shall the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District be authorized to levy taxes in the amount of $5,126,187 for library purposes for the year July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019, for the support of the Newburgh Free Library, to enable the library to provide free library services for the benefit and free use of all residents of the school district?

YES - 931
NO - 226 

PROPOSITION 3-COLD WAR VETERANS’ EXEMPTION

Shall the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District, Orange County, New York, approve the Cold War Veterans’ Exemption at the basic tax exemption level of 10% of assessed value of the property not to exceed $8,000 and for disabled veterans, effective for 2019-2020 school taxes?

YES - 868
NO - 200 

PROPOSITION 4 -CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

Shall the Newburgh Enlarged City School District be authorized to establish a capital reserve fund, to be designated as the “Buildings and Facilities Improvement Reserve Fund” for construction of additions, improvements, reconstruction and equipping of District buildings and facilities, including incidental improvements and expenses, at a maximum amount of $10,000,000 and a maximum term of 10 years, to be funded with appropriations from surplus fund balances at the end of each fiscal year and other available funds to such reserve fund?

YES - 762
NO - 327 

PROPOSITION 5 -AUTHORIZATION TO SELL WASHINGTON STREET SCHOOL

Shall the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District, Orange County, New York, be authorized to sell the Washington Street School building, located at 121 Washington Street, City of Newburgh, New York, consisting of approximately .92 acres of land, also known as Tax Map Parcel Number 39-1-1; together with the buildings and improvements thereon and any appurtenances thereto, at fair market value and upon such terms and conditions as determined by the Board of Education.

YES - 880
NO - 224  

PROPOSITION 6- TRANSPORTATION LIMIT PROPOSITION

Shall the Board of Education extend the transportation mileage limit for Newburgh City resident students in grades 9-12 such that the distance for transportation from home to school shall be reduced to 0.5 miles for said students in an amount not to exceed $400,000? 

YES - 677
NO - 409 

 CANDIDATES

Ramona Burton 776 (3 year term)
Mark Levinstein 553 (1 year term)
Carrie E. Robinson 473 
Sylvia Santiago 650 (3 year term)
Shoy B. Colbourne 266 
Philip F. Howard 882 (3 year term)

 3 year terms begin July 1, 2018. 1 year term begins once votes are certified at the board meeting this Tuesday, May 22, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018-2019 District Budget Information
Budget Vote/ Election:  Tuesday, May 15, 2018

2018-2019 Latest News

BOE Candidate Bios available - April 26, 2018

Application for Absentee Ballot, Petition Form Notice, Calendar Notice and Polling Locations information available - March 5, 2018



 
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2017-2018 District Budget Information

2017-2018 Latest News

Unofficial Election/Budget Vote Results - May 16, 2017

School District Budget
Yes: 1410      No: 442

Newburgh Library Budget
Yes: 1456      No: 406

BOE Candidates
Mark Levinstein: 767
Carole Mineo: 1264

Darren Stridiron: 1061
William Walker: 1188

Sylvia Santiago: 760


Candidate Bios - May 4, 2017

The bios for the upcoming election of Board of Education members are now available to review.
Click Here to Review Bios


Upcoming Community Budget Forms - April 24, 2017

The Community Budget Forums are scheduled for the following dates:
Tuesday, May 9, Board of Education Complex 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 10, Heritage Middle School, 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 11, Gardnertown School, 6:00 p.m.


Superintendent's Proposed Budget - April 5, 2017
Download the Superintendent's Final Proposed Budget
Powerpoint Presentation from 4/5/17 Meeting

FTE Breakdown



 
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2016-2017 District Budget Information

2016-2017 Budget Results

PROPOSITIONS YES NO CANDIDATES
(4 available positions)
VOTES
1. NECSD Budget 1458 601 Domenic Tebano 1200
2. NFL Budget 1499 543 Anthony Hood 484
3. Capital Reserve Fund 1387 583 Susan Prokosch 1536
4. Transportation Limit 1392 582 Darren Stridiron 1054
Mark Levinstein 852
R. Andrew Johnston 1112
Sylvia M. Santiago 731
Lissandra Deliz 329

2016-2017 Budget Documents

Citizen's Guide to Understanding the Budget
Sample Ballot
Budget Newsletter
Polling Locations
Petition Forms Notice
Public Hearing Notice
Application for Absentee Ballot
Draft Budget (4/4/2016)
Draft at a Glance (4/4/2016)
Supt. Considerations Summary (4/4/2016)
Older Draft Budget (2/4/2016)

Budget Binder
Budget Binder Introduction
Budget Newsletter: Eng | Esp
Property Tax Report Card
Budget Detail
3 Part Budget
Revenue Budget
Glossary of Terms 1
Glossary of Terms 2
District Report Card
Fiscal Accountability Supplement
Balmville Report Card
Fostertown Report Card
GAMS Tech Report Card
Gardnertown Report Card
Heritage Report Card
Horizons Report Card
Meadow Hill Report Card
New Windsor Report Card
Newburgh Free Academy Report Card
South Report Card
Temple Hill Report Card
Vails Gate Report Card
Tax Impact Report
NFL Budget
NFL Revenue
Administrative Compensation

General Documents
Mandate Relief
Fiscal Stress Monitoring System
Mandates and Mandate Relief
Revenue Challenges Facing School Districts
Tax Levy “Cap” Law: Raises the Stakes
Understanding the STAR Program
Navigating Through Year 2 of NYS Levy Cap
The 3 Numbers Under NYS’s Tax Levy “Cap”
Glossary of School Budget Terms


 




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