This year’s new SBNC members will join the continuing members of the committee and will each serve a three-year term on the SBNC followed by a two-year term as part of the SBNC Administrative Committee.
A total of 448 votes were cast in the election, 379 in person and 69 by mail-in ballot. Here are the vote totals by neighborhood:
The 8 amendments to the Resolution were passed. A total of 425 Resolution ballots were cast in the election, of which 69 were mail-in ballots. Here is the vote breakdown:
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The SBNC will have its first meeting on January 23, 2022, and by the end of March it will nominate three candidates for the Scarsdale Board of Education to fill the seats currently held by Karen Ceske, Carl Finger and Ronald Schulhof, all completing their first term and eligible for renomination.
All Scarsdale residents are welcome to propose Board of Education candidates to the SBNC chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. The SBNC-nominated Board of Education candidates, along with any other candidates who may choose to run, will stand for public election on May 17, 2022 at the same time as the school budget vote.
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