Farmingdale's $150-million school budget for next year and three positions on the Board of Education are up for a vote Tuesday.
If you want to be first in line to vote, you'll have to get started in the wee hours. Voting begins at 6 a.m. and continues untl 9 p.m., in the Howitt east cafeteria.
Board of Education trustees Shari Bardash-Eivers, Kathy Lively and Rick Morrison are seeking new terms. There are no challengers.
After months of discussion, more than a dozen public hearings and a detailed explanation of the budget on the district site, administrators are encouraing voters to approve the plan, the first put together under stricter state rules governing tax increases.
But are you persuaded? Have you made up your mind about whether to approve the budget? Are you planning to vote or just stay home?
Tell us in the poll below, and what your thinking is.
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