For the Shelter Island School District election on Tuesday, June 9, all registered voters have been mailed an absentee ballot. They must be received at the Post Office, or in a box at the school, by 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Voters are asked to approve the school’s 2020-21 budget, two other propositions and three candidates for school board seats.
Proposition 1 proposes the $12,150,022 budget for approval.
Proposition 2 concerns the appropriation of no more than $3,500,000 from School District funds or other available funds into a Reserve Fund for the purpose of funding major repairs to the District buildings and facilities.
Proposition 3 authorizes the School Board to spend a sum not to exceed $161,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund for the renovation of the science classroom labs.
The three candidates for the three seats are:
Tracy McCarthy (running for re-election)
The board members will serve for three-year terms, from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2023.