Bond pitch, tenure appointments set for tonight’s Riverhead BOE meeting

05/24/2011 9:20 AM |

Riverhead High School

Members of the Community Partnership for Revitalization — a group of community members, teachers and administrators dedicated to devising a community supported plan for improvements — will formally present their findings to the Riverhead school board during tonight’s meeting at Riverhead High School.

The team is expected to pitch a $78.4 million plan to the school board for capital improvements at district schools. If the plan is approved by voters, district officials estimate a Riverhead Town taxpayer who owns a median-priced home would pay, on average, $185 extra per year for 20 years.

• As reported, the district is expected to vote on the appointment of a new assistant superintendent for finance and operations.

• In other news, the following 18 district teachers will be eligible for tenure at tonight’s meeting: Angelica Diaz, Charles Gassar, Paul Hewitt, Dali Rastello, Elizabeth Scaduto, Frank Amitrano, Kristine Cresser, Donna Elmore, Katherine Fitzpatrick, Jennifer Howlett, Caitlin Jablow, Alison Laino, Marisa Medina, Denise Stevenson, Susan Monahan, Christine Morris, Stephanie Piraino and Keri-Ann Westfall.

Click to read tonight’s agenda

May 24

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  • LOL just look at the picture for this article…is there anyone under 40 there? These are the people complaining about that loud rock music the kids are playing. Too funny!

  • Frankly I prefer to listen to my own music in my backyard. As for the over 40 audience complaining about rock music. LOL! Who do you think wrote, performed and listened to rock music. Yup, the over 40 crowd.

  • 60-70 db is normal conversation from 3 to 5 feet away. 60 db is an air conditioner running from 100 ft away….better put your window units in the windows furthest from the curb. Seems like just about everyone in town will break this law at one point or another.

  • 60-70 db is normal conversation from 3 to 5 feet away. 60 db is an air conditioner running from 100 ft away….better put your window units in the windows furthest from the curb. Seems like just about everyone in town will break this law at one point or another.

  • haha good point…their generation made and played the music but now they don’t want to hear it.

  • haha good point…their generation made and played the music but now they don’t want to hear it.

  • All they have to do is turn down their hearing aids and it wont be so bad!

  • Its another code to use as a tool to randomly harass venues and musicians. Peconic Winery has an open mic every thursday. All of a sudden, as crowds of people are starting to show up to share their music, they cut back the end time because god forbid a neighbor down the block whines they’ll get fined or something. Once again music is being attacked. There is more whine in this town then wine! Cant wait til I get out. Nothing for younger folks and the whiners get their way all the fricken time. PS-love the CAVE acronym. Its so fricken true!

  • Some of us still have to get up at 6 am to go to work to survive and work 7 days a week. We are less fortunate then some others. Just have a little consideration.