Live Results: Levittown, Island Trees Pass Budgets

Check back for updates on the 2014 budget vote here.

The Levittown School District budget passed in a landslide Tuesday, according to the district.

Of 2,871 votes, 1,965 people voted in favor of passing the budget compared to 906 who voted against it. The budget garnered 68 percent of the votes. Get the full rundown of results and voting trends by neighborhood here.

The district proposed a $198,758,768 budget for the 2014-15 school year. The proposal calls for a 1.62 percent budget-to-budget increase from last year and a 1.62 percent tax levy increase. 

Also, Mike Pappas, Frank Ward, and Karen Smith were voted to the Board of Education.

Update: 11:22 p.m.

Island Trees School District approved their proposed 2014-15 budget, according to the district.

957 residents voted in favor of the $60,294,338 proposed budget compared with 267 votes against it, said Newsday. The budget calls for a $1.89 percent increase from last year and no increase in tax levies.

The district also congratulated Michael Rich, Brian Fielding, and Paul Giambona on their election to the Board of Education.

Check back for updates on Levittown and Island Trees School Districts.

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onm May 21, 2014 at 05:58 PM
What is the limit on how long a board member can serve?
The Truth May 22, 2014 at 09:52 AM
there is no limit on Board term only death and based on a few of the existing members that is even questionable
onm May 24, 2014 at 07:52 AM
Well that is disturbing....so as long as you can get all your baseball buddies out to vote you can serve for as long as you like?
concerned resident May 25, 2014 at 03:32 PM
so very true onm!!!!!


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