Voters will get another say on the Riverhead School District’s $147 million budget, as the district faces layouts and curriculum reductions.
No changes have been made since the budget was rejected during June’s mail-in vote. The in-person revote will take place on July 28, in accordance with an executive order Governor Andrew Cuomo issued on July 3.
The budget is 1.87 percent higher than last school year’s budget. If approved, the budget will mean a tax levy increase of 2.21 percent, which is within the New York State tax levy cap.