First Look at 2023-24 School Year Budget Shows Hampton Bays Coming In Under Tax Cap - 27 East

First Look at 2023-24 School Year Budget Shows Hampton Bays Coming In Under Tax Cap

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Hampton Bays Superintendent Lars Clemensen presents a general overview of current 2023-24 school year budget proceedings during the February 7 board of education meeting.

Hampton Bays Superintendent Lars Clemensen presents a general overview of current 2023-24 school year budget proceedings during the February 7 board of education meeting.

Desirée Keegan on Feb 8, 2023
While building and department budget construction is still underway, Hampton Bays School Superintendent Lars Clemensen said current projections place the district’s 2023-24 school year budget at or below the state-imposed... more

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