This weeks happenings for kids.
With student safety in mind — and an eye on a conflict with an annual milestone event — the East Hampton School Board on Tuesday rejected a contract with the Suffolk County Board of Elections that would have allowed the John M. Marshall Elementary School to be used as a polling site for the June 25 local primaries.
Two candidates running for the Amagansett School Board this year finished in a tie, and a runoff vote to decide which one will serve the longer term will be held on Tuesday, June 25. The date coincides with the state primary vote for local elections.
School budget votes and board elections take place on Tuesday, with races in five of the eight school districts between Bridgehampton and Montauk. Proposed budgets in all but one, Wainscott, come in under the state-mandated tax cap.
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