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Residents approved the Rockville Centre School District 2018-19 budget on Tuesday, as 1,456, or 73 percent, voted yes and 534 voted no. more
Mark Masin, the Rockville Centre Board of Education’s longest- serving active member, will not run for re-election after 15 years on the board. more
Juan Vides from Oceanside defeated his opponent Jack Vobis of Island Park late Thursday night to became the Democratic nominee to take on Republican incumbent Assemblywoman Melissa Miller of Atlantic … more
On Tuesday, residents should vote to approve the Rockville Centre Board of Education’s $117 million 2018-19 budget, which is nearly 4 percent larger than the current spending plan. The tax levy, or amount that the district will collect from the district’s taxpayers, would increase by 2.98 percent, just under the state-mandated cap. more
As the community prepares to vote on a $104 million school budget, residents are also weighing their choices for Board of Education. Four candidates, all newcomers, are running. The Herald endorses … more
Liz Dion, a nine-year Board of Education member, has no opposition for her seat, and first-time candidate Kelly Barry is also running unopposed for the seat held by Mark Masin, who decided not to run for re-election after 15 years. more
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