Reminder! The 2022 Budget Vote and BOE Election is tomorrow: Tuesday, May 17, 2022. The vote will be held in the Whitney Point High School Cafeteria from 1-8 p.m.
To download a copy of the budget newsletter, click here.
For biographical information on the BOE candidates, click here.
The following propositions will be on the ballot:
Proposition #1, Budget:
Shall the Board of Education of the Whitney Point Central School District be authorized to appropriate for the budget the sum of $38,787,745 for the 2022-2023 school year and levy the necessary tax therefore with a projected tax levy increase of 0.00%?
Proposition #2, School Vehicles:
Shall the Board of Education of the Whitney Point Central School District be authorized to purchase two (2) new 78 passenger diesel buses at a cost not to exceed $286,050, and one (1) new 71 passenger diesel bus at a cost not to exceed $155,097, and one (1) new 71 passenger diesel bus at a cost not to exceed $140,242, and to expend therefore not to exceed the estimated total cost of $581,389?
Proposition #3, Repair Reserve Fund:
Shall the Board of Education of the Whitney Point Central School District, be authorized to fund the Repair Reserve Fund established pursuant to section 6-d of the General Municipal Law in the amount of $500,000 from Unassigned Fund Balance for fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 be approved?
Proposition #4, Election of Board of Education Candidates:
The Whitney Point Central School District has a seven-member Board of Education. This year, Whitney Point residents will fill the following vacancies: Two (2) three-year terms ending June 30, 2025 (presently held by Brian Jeker and Dr. Christine Widdall).