Cuomo’s budget carries 2 percent increase in aid for North Fork schools

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01/24/2014 3:00 PM |
COURTESY PHOTO | Gov. Andrew Cuomo presenting his 2014-15 executive budget to the Legislature on Tuesday in Albany.

COURTESY PHOTO | Gov. Andrew Cuomo presenting his 2014-15 executive budget to the Legislature on Tuesday in Albany.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed $137.2 billion spending plan includes a nearly 2 percent increase in aid for local school districts, according to his 2014-15 executive budget released last Tuesday.

Estimated increases in aid for the next fiscal year include: $65,500 for Mattituck-Cutchogue, $36,700 for Greenport, $7,400 for Oysterponds and $230 at Southold, according to a school aid report.

Mr. Cuomo’s executive budget, which represents a 2.9 percent increases in aid for public schools across New York, will now go to the Legislature for approval.

Editor’s note: These figures include aid received for building projects. Some published reports do not include building aid numbers.

Greenport
$1,308,554, up 2.88 percent

Mattituck-Cutchogue
$2,586,303, up 2.60 percent

Oysterponds
$346,516, up 2.18 percent

Southold
$1,595,473, up 0.01 percent

Editor’s note: These figures include aid received for building projects. Some published reports do not include building aid numbers. Scroll down to view the complete school aid runs.

2014-15 New York school aid runs

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