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Residents in the Riverhead and Shoreham-Wading River school districts gave their administrations a vote of confidence Tuesday, approving proposed spending plans in both communities with two additional ballot propositions also receiving support in Riverhead.


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Superintendent Steven Cohen and board president William McGrath at Tuesday's school board meeting. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Superintendent Steven Cohen and board president William McGrath at Tuesday’s school board meeting. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Warrantees for new computer equipment, new uniforms and equipment for the district’s sports teams and more community programs.

That’s what Shoreham-Wading River Superintendent Steven Cohen has proposed for the 2015-16 school year, according to a budget presentation made at Tuesday’s school board meeting.  (more…)

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BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Riverhead school board newcomer Chris Dorr and incumbent Amelia Lantz congratulate each other on their election victories Tuesday night.

Proposed 2013-14 spending plans for the Riverhead and Shoreham-Wading River school districts passed on Tuesday.

Times/Review Newsgroup covered the results live from across the town and the North Fork.

Click the blog box below to see what happened, as it happened.

Rivehead’s budget, which does not pierce the tax cap, passed 1,520 to 1,252. Riverhead incumbent school board member Jeff Falisi lost in a three-way race for two seats, with newcomer Chris Dorr taking a seat as the top vote-getter with 1,423.

Amelia Lantz came in second with 1,270 votes and Mr. Falisi received 1,082.

A proposition in Riverhead to start a capital reserve fund passed 1,382 to 1,266 and another, related proposition to purchase land in Riverside as part of a plan for a new bus maintenance and storage facility failed, 1,183 to 1,413.

Shoreham-Wading River’s proposed budget passed 1,005 to 504. That also does not pierce the state-mandated cap on year-to-year tax levy increases.

A ballot proposition to repair the high school roofs, address code violations and renovate science labs also passed, 1,137 to 369.

Of the two candidates seeking two open seats in Shoreham-Wading River, newcomer Sean Beran took home the most votes with 1,070. Incumbent Richard Pluschau got 1,061. More than a dozen write-in candidates got 1 vote each, officials said.

Read more in the May 23 News-Review newspaper.