Legal Notice of Public Hearing, Budget Vote and Election
Legal Notice of Public Hearing, Budget Vote and Election (Spanish)
Candidates for School Board – Two seats are open in 2023
Application for Military Ballot
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Where to Vote
Absentee Ballot Information
Absentee Ballot Application
Absentee Ballot Application (Spanish)
The legislation extending the amendment of Section 2018-a of the Education Law allowing “illness”, for the purpose of requesting an absentee ballot, to include “instances where a voter is unable to appear personally at the polling place of the school district in which they are a qualified voter because there is a risk of contracting or spreading a disease that may cause illness to the voter or other members of the public” EXPIRED on January 1, 2023.
Therefore, concern over contracting or spreading the COVID virus is no longer a valid option under the Temporary Illness box in Section 1 of the Absentee Ballot application.
The Annual School Budget Vote and Election of School Board Trustees is May 16, 2023. The election will be conducted at polling locations throughout the district (see above links). Here is the key information you need to know about the voting process:
- When will the budget be adopted? How can the community provide input?
The Board of Education will adopt the budget at the April 18th meeting. The Budget Hearing will be conducted at the May 9th meeting. Members of the community are welcome to participate in these meetings, both of which will be conducted in the Lido Elementary School Multipurpose Room at 7pm. Copies of all budget presentations will be available here: Click Here
- If I am interested in running for School Board, what information do I need to know?
There are two Board of Education seat that will expire on June 30th, the seats currently held by Dr. Dennis Ryan and Maureen Vrona, Esq. If you are interested in running for the School Board, you should email Lori Dolan, District Clerk, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates must submit required information by 5:00 p.m. on April 26th.
If you have any questions regarding the election or budget, please feel free to email the District Clerk at email@example.com.
- School Board Member's Role (English) (Spanish)
WHERE TO VOTE
Where To Vote
Please note that there was a change in polling locations in 2021. Long Beach Public Library and the Point Lookout location were eliminated as polling sites. The remaining three polling locations are Lindell Elementary School, East Elementary School and Lido/Middle School.
If you voted at the library in the past, you will vote at Lindell. If you voted at the Bishop Malloy Center in Point Lookout in the past, you will vote at the Lido/Middle School complex.
The boundaries are as follows:
LINDELL SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT
LINDELL SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
601 LINDELL BOULEVARD, CITY OF LONG BEACH
This election district embraces the territory bounded on the West by a line parallel to and sixty (60) feet westerly from Malone Avenue, on the North by Reynolds Channel, on the East by the center line of Long Beach Boulevard and on the South by the Atlantic Ocean.
EAST SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT
EAST SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
456 NEPTUNE BOULEVARD, CITY OF LONG BEACH
This election district embraces the territory bounded on the West by the center line of Long Beach Boulevard, on the North by Reynolds Channel, East to the easterly bounding line of the City of Long Beach, and on the South by the Atlantic Ocean.
MIDDLE SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT
MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM LOBBY
239 LIDO BOULEVARD, LIDO BEACH, NEW YORK
This election district embraces the territory of the area known as Lido Beach, bounded on the West by a line commencing due east of the City of Long Beach, on the North by Reynolds Channel, on the East by the easterly boundary line of Point Lookout and on the South by the Atlantic Ocean.