Budget and Taxes

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May 19: Middleburgh Board of Education unanimously adopts proposed $22.8 million budget for 2020-21 school year

  • Adopted. proposed budget: $22,803,143
  • Percentage of increase over 2019-20: 1.43 percent, or $321,230
  • 1 percent tax levy increase
  • Adopted, proposed budget MAINTAINS ALL CURRENT STUDENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
  • Also on the ballot is a proposition to purchase three school buses and two caravans in an amount not to exceed $363,000

 

 

UPDATE: 
Gov. Cuomo issues executive order ordering all school board elections and budget votes to be conducted by mail

2020-21 budget development

January 15           http://go.boarddocs.com/ny/middleburghcsd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BKVVNQ6DEF96

February 12        http://go.boarddocs.com/ny/middleburghcsd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BKVVNQ6DEF96

March 4               http://go.boarddocs.com/ny/middleburghcsd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BL2NEU5E7FFC

April 8                   http://go.boarddocs.com/ny/middleburghcsd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BKVVNQ6DEF96

Related information

May 1: Gov. Cuomo issues exeuctive ordering all school board elections and budget votes will be conducted by mail

April 8:  Development of 2020-21 school budget continues throughout the extended school closure

March 30: Gov. Cuomo postpones school board elections and school budget votes to at least June 1

    Resources

    Each year, school boards must develop a balanced school budget proposal for the following school year and put it to a public vote in May. In New York, this requirement for a balanced, voter-approved annual budget is unique to public schools. The school budget is the only government spending plan that residents can impact directly by voting.