[April 22, 2015] Residents of the Ramapo Central School District will vote Tuesday, May 19 on the proposed 2015-16 school budget. The $131,693,736 budget represents a budget-to-budget increase of 1.01% and a tax levy increase of 1.54%. For more information on the proposed budget, click here.
Also on the ballot is a voter referendum (Proposition 2) on a capital project. Residents will be asked to vote on whether the District may use existing Capital Reserve Fund monies in the amount of $850,000 to replace two athletic turf fields at Suffern Middle School. This proposed capital project is at no additional cost to taxpayers. For more information on the proposed capital project, click here.
Voters will also elect Board of Education members for three available seats. Candidates are: Theresa DiFalco, Joseph Gravagna, Teresa Monahan and Clarke Osborn.
Polls are open from 6am-9pm. Voters must report to their assigned school budget election district.
Polling locations are as follows:
Click here for a map.
Not sure where to go? Call (845) 357-7783 x11234 to confirm your polling place.
Every vote counts. Please remember to vote.
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