Next year's West Islip school budget with a voter approval rate of 65 percent.
The $110,880,192 spending plan includes the closure of two elementary schools, the loss of 38 district employees and the elimination of the high school dance program, though it preserves the remainder of curriculum and extracurricular programs.
The average taxpayer burden, based on a property assessment of $45,00, will be $14.16 more per month.
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