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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
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
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
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
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