East End Voters Decide On School Budgets, Board Members - 27 East

East End Voters Decide On School Budgets, Board Members

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Randy Allen goes over plans for a job in Water Mill. MICHELLE TRAURING

Randy Allen goes over plans for a job in Water Mill. MICHELLE TRAURING

Frank Bosco's mailbox was hit by a snow plow last year on Noyac Road.

Frank Bosco's mailbox was hit by a snow plow last year on Noyac Road.

Randy Allen looks over an assortment of lock sets at Permiters in Water Mill. MICHELLE TRAURING

Randy Allen looks over an assortment of lock sets at Permiters in Water Mill. MICHELLE TRAURING

Polls opened for the Southampton School District Budget and Board vote at 10 a.m. BY DANA SHAW

Polls opened for the Southampton School District Budget and Board vote at 10 a.m. BY DANA SHAW

Poll workers counting votes at Tuckahoe School on Tuesday night. BY SHAYE WEAVER

Poll workers counting votes at Tuckahoe School on Tuesday night. BY SHAYE WEAVER

Edona Popi holds up her reusable water bottle during class.

Edona Popi holds up her reusable water bottle during class.

Officials from the East Quogue School District look on as the absentee ballots are tallied Tuesday night. BY CAROL MORAN

Officials from the East Quogue School District look on as the absentee ballots are tallied Tuesday night. BY CAROL MORAN

Officials from the East Quogue School District look on as the absentee ballots are tallied Tuesday night. BY CAROL MORAN

Officials from the East Quogue School District look on as the absentee ballots are tallied Tuesday night. BY CAROL MORAN

author on May 21, 2013
UPDATE, 11:10 p.m.: Riverhead voters approved the proposed $117.6 million budget, 1520-1252. Voters also approved Proposition 2, 1382-1266, which authorizes the district to establish a capital reserve fund for the... more

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