• Official results for the 2020-21 budget vote: Yes - 2,359; No - 645

    Official resuts for the Board of Education election (top three serve three-year terms)
    Kevin Gomez     2,027
    Nicole Hewson   1,836
    Freddie Williams 1,432
    Russell Hammon 1,394

    Board Member Kishia Zucks has resigned from the Enlarged City School District Board of Education effective June 15, 2020. Any vote cast for her on the June 16, 2020 ballot was not be counted. 

    2020-21 BUDGET VOTE AND BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

    When: June 16 deadline for mailed-in ballots.
    The voting process: This will be an all-absentee vote, and the ballots will be mailed home to registered voters. Voting only takes about five minutes. You will vote yes or no for the proposed 2020-21 budget, which is $199,995,618. This budget is below the state-mandated tax cap for taxpayers. It calls for a 1 percent tax levy increase, and would represent a 1.97 percent increase from the 2019-20 budget. Middletown's tax cap levy maximum is 3.66 percent for 2020-21, and this proposed budget falls well below that.
    See the PowerPoint presentation of the proposed budget
    See the Budget Notice
     You also will elect three candidates to the nine-member Board of Education. Each seat carries a three-year term, which begins in July. The candidates are, in alphabetical order, Kevin Gomez, Russell Hammond, Nicole Hewson, Freddie Williams Jr., Kishia Zucks.
    Click here and learn about the candidates.
    Click here and watch the June 2 "Meet the Candidates" virtual forum.
     A local board of education is an agency of New York State that is governed by New York State law and the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education.

    Questions: For budget-related questions, please call the business office at (845) 326-1195. Direct voting questions to (845) 326-1196.

     

     

     

     

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