Voters in North Fork approved the school budget Tuesday night and selected candidates for the local school board. Here are the results:


The Southold Board of Education, with a budget of $33,168,000 and a 2.94 percent tax, voted 449-87. Proposition 2, which would fund new school boilers, passed by a vote of 492 to 41. The library budget was approved by a vote of 442 to 92. Scott Latham, Thomas Grattan Jr. and Brian Tobin won seats on the school board.

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The Oysterponds school budget was approved by a vote of 117 to 10, with school board vice-chairman Janice Caulfield and board member Jeffrey Demarest re-elected. The library budget was approved by a vote of 112 to 15.


Mattituck-Cutchogue School District voters approved a budget of $44,016,344 by a vote of 550 to 164, a 2.77 percent increase over last year’s budget. Proposition 2, which authorizes the board to draw $4.3 million from the capital reserve fund for school roof repairs, passed by a vote of 622 to 97. Patricia Arslanian and Lorraine Warren win the trustees’ competition.

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New voters in Suffolk approved a budget of $1,188,656, an 8.2 percent increase over last year, by a vote of 51 to 4. Brooke Daly received 50 votes without contest.


The Greenport Union Free School District’s budget of $23,709,875 passed by a vote of 381-129, a 9.63 percent increase over the previous budget. Current board vice president Kirsten Droskowski defeated challenger Amanda Clarke by a vote of 268 to 240.

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