Newsday's John Hildebrand talks to News 12 about school budgets

Hildebrand went into detail on what happens next for budgets that failed.

Hildebrand went into detail on what happens next for budgets that failed. (5/21/13)

WOODBURY - Newsday’s John Hildebrand sat down with News 12 tonight to discuss the school budget vote results.

Hildebrand went into detail on what happens next for budgets that failed. The education reporter says that school districts can reduce their budget or put the same budget up again and hope it passes.

If it fails again, the schools will receive a zero percent tax increase for the next year.

Budget revote day is scheduled for June 18.  

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