Lynbrook residents passed the 2013-14 school budget Tuesday and elected non-incumbent Heather Hanson to the board of education.
The $76.1 million
budget -- which, according to the district, featured the third lowest
tax levy increase in Nassau County -- passed by a final margin of 901 to 431.
In the election for incumbent William Kayen’s seat on the Lynbrook Board of Education, Kayen collected 521 votes compared to challenger Heather Hanson’s 719 votes.
Incumbent William Belmont was re-elected after running unopposed.
Proposition 2 on the ballot, authorizing the district to expend $600,000 from the Technology Replacement Fund to replace outdated switches, expand switch infrastructure, increase wireless infrastructure, provide additional server infrastructure, and to provide off-site disaster recovery at Nassau BOCES passed by a vote of 951 to 342.
Proposition 3, authorizing the expenditure of $1,391,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund and the Renovation and Improvement of Facilities Reserve Fund to replace the track, tennis courts, gym bleachers, two interior doors and one exterior door at South Middle, as well as the gym bleachers at North Middle, passed by a vote of 864 to 380.