Budget Vote and Board of Education Member Election Information

BUDGET VOTE INFORMATION 2018


Please see links to additional information at the bottom of this page, including the Budget Newsletter.

Results of  5/15/18 Vote:

PROPOSITION #1 – TOTAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM BUDGET 2018-2019--$16,820,965

YES       142

NO          51

PROPOSITION #2 – ACQUISITION OF TRANSPORTATION/CUSTODIAL DEPARTMENT VEHICLES

YES        158

NO           32

ELECTION OF TRUSTEES - TWO 

Five-Year Term 5/15/18-6/30/23:  Michelle DeCarlo
Two-Year Unexpired Term 5/15/18-6/30/20:  Heather Puntillo

 


Notice to Residents of the North Collins Central School District:
The Annual Budget Hearing will be held on Tuesday,
May 8, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the Jr.-Sr. High School Library-Media Center.      

The Annual Meeting and Voting on the 2018-2019 Total Educational Budget and the election of two (2) Board of Education Members will take place on
Tuesday, May 15, 2018, from 12:00 noon – 9:00 p.m. in the
Jr.-Sr. High School Gymnasium.

BOARD OF EDUCATION NORTH COLLINS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

 


PUBLIC NOTICE

RESIDENTS OF THE NORTH COLLINS CENTRAL 
SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS

Budget Vote Absentee Ballots

 

Applications for absentee ballots are available in the District Office starting April 16, 2018, in the Jr.-Sr. High School Building, 2045 School Street, North Collins, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

There are specific reasons for the use of absentee ballots. A qualified voter in the district may use an absentee ballot for any one of the following:

1. Duties, work, or business outside of county.

2. Vacation outside of county.

3. Patient in hospital.

4. Unable to appear personally at the polling place due to illness or physical disability.

5. Incarceration:

Will be detained in jail for an offense other than a felony or is awaiting trial or grand jury action.

Will be confined in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony.

6. Absence from the school district on the day of election by reason of accompanying or being with a spouse, child, or parent who is an eligible district voter and is eligible for an absentee ballot due to one of the listed reasons.

7. Confinement due to permanent illness or disability.

Those wishing to obtain an absentee ballot because of confinement due to permanent illness or disability need only apply ONCE for an absentee ballot. If determined eligible, they will be mailed absentee ballots prior to future elections without having to reapply.

 

How do you get an absentee ballot?

Just follow the steps below.

 1. REQUEST AN APPLICATION.

Absentee ballots may be issued only if your application is on file. Write to the District Office, 2045 School Street, P.O. Box 740, North Collins, NY 14111-0740 or call 337-0101, ext. 1301 for an application.

Requests for applications may be made no earlier than 30 days preceding the vote and not later than 7 days before the vote. For the May 15, 2018 budget vote, requests for applications for an absentee ballot may be made up to and including May 8, 2018.

2. RETURN YOUR APPLICATION.

After filling out the application for an absentee ballot, you must return it to the District Office located in the Jr.-Sr. High School. It may be mailed or hand-delivered, but must be received at least 7 days before the election for the ballot to be mailed to the voter.

3. FILL OUT YOUR BALLOT AND TURN IT IN.

Assuming the above instructions have been properly completed and you have qualified for an absentee ballot, you will receive a ballot in the mail that will take the same basic form as that is used by the voting machine.

Follow the instructions on the ballot and either mail it or hand-deliver it to the District Office. However, it must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day of the vote (May 15, 2018).

If you have any questions, call Kathy Mason at 337-0101, extension 1301.

 

 

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