School Budget Proposals For 2020-2021 - 27 East

School Budget Proposals For 2020-2021

authorStaff Writer on May 27, 2020

Due to COVID-19, New York State is requiring that school budget votes be conducted by mail-in ballot. Qualified voters will receive an absentee ballot with a postage paid return envelope. Detailed budgets must be posted to each district’s website by May 26. Ballots must be received by June 9 — so they should be put in the mail days earlier to ensure they arrive in time.

AMAGANSETT

Proposed budget: $11,374,547

Budget increase: $461,313 or 4.23%

Proposed tax levy: $10,126,580

Tax levy increase: $263,477 or 2.67%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $320.10 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.14% increase

BRIDGEHAMPTON

Proposed budget: $18,986,122

Budget increase: $296,270 or 1.59%

Proposed tax levy: $16,423,632

Tax levy increase: $513,119 or 3.23%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $1.84 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.15% increase

EAST HAMPTON

Proposed budget: $71,979,573

Budget increase: $1,032,453 or 1.46%

Proposed tax levy: $53,153,720

Tax levy increase: $1,380,518 or 2.67%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: Unavailable

Tax rate change: Unavailable

EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR

Proposed budget: $97,108,005

Budget increase: $556,303 or 0.58%

Proposed tax levy: $56,904,991

Tax levy increase: $1,225,034 or 2.2%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: Southampton $22.45 per $1,000, Brookhaven $284.19 per $100, Riverhead $181.79 per $1,000

Tax rate change: Southampton 6.02% decrease, Brookhaven 2.31% increase, Riverhead 2.89% increase

EAST QUOGUE

Proposed budget: $26,279,012

Budget increase: $382,987 or 1.48%

Proposed tax levy: $23,767,616

Tax levy increase: $425,000 or 1.82%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $10.3039 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 0.73% increase

HAMPTON BAYS

Proposed budget: $55,205,086

Budget increase: $881,493 or 1.62%

Proposed tax levy: $48,286,859

Tax levy increase: 1.46%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $12.23 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 0.3% increase

MONTAUK

Proposed budget: $20,867,053

Budget increase: $1,491,113 or 7.7%

Proposed tax levy: $16,595,394

Tax levy increase: $237,217 or 1.45%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $511.79 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 0.36% increase

QUOGUE

Proposed budget: $9,240,211

Budget increase: $482,243 or 5.51%

Proposed tax levy: $7,847,196

Tax levy increase: $140,195 or 1.82%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $1.8551 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.82% increase

REMSENBURG-SPEONK

Proposed budget: $14,789,323

Budget increase: $436,047 or 3.04%

Proposed tax levy: $13,077,698

Tax levy increase: $457,428 or 3.62%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $5.4257 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 3.62% increase

RIVERHEAD

Proposed budget: $147,124,895

Budget increase: $2,694,683 or 1.87%

Proposed tax levy: $106,852,122

Tax levy increase: $2,310,728 or 2.21%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: Not yet finalized

Tax rate change: Not yet finalized

SAGAPONACK

Proposed budget: $1,705,092

Budget increase: $151,833 or 9.78%

Proposed tax levy: $1,276,866

Tax levy increase: $44,862 or 3.64%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $0.2062 per $1,000

Tax rate change: Unchanged

SAG HARBOR

Proposed budget: $44,332,423

Budget increase: $1,447,048 or 3.37%

Proposed tax levy: $39,737,613

Tax levy increase: $1,049,639 or 2.71%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $4.5012 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.14% increase

SOUTHAMPTON

Proposed budget: $72,856,393

Budget increase: $948,378 or 1.32%

Proposed tax levy: $59,940,843

Tax levy increase: $1,741,792 or 2.99%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $2.092 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 2.67% increase

SPRINGS

Proposed budget: $30,049,430

Budget increase: $357,270 or 1.2%

Proposed tax levy: $27,033,579

Tax levy increase: $444,045 or 1.67%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $1,095.78 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.67% increase

TUCKAHOE

Proposed budget: $22,181,417

Budget increase: $357,755 or 1.64%

Proposed tax levy: $19,257,545

Tax levy increase: $309,407 or 1.63%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $6.723 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.63% increase

WAINSCOTT

Proposed budget: $3,704,331

Budget increase: $379,680 or 11.42%

Proposed tax levy: $3,003,331

Tax levy increase: $338,680 or 12.71%

Piercing tax cap?: Yes

Tax rate: East Hampton $182.78 per $1,000, Southampton $10.24 per $1,000

Tax rate change: Unavailable

WESTHAMPTON BEACH

Proposed budget: $58,957,227

Budget increase: 1.62%

Proposed tax levy: $31,791,179

Tax levy increase: 1.67%

Piercing tax cap?: No

Tax rate: $5.9852 per $1,000

Tax rate change: 1.67% increase

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