Residents in 4 districts recast school budget vote

Voters in four Long Island school districts returned to the polls today to try and approve new budgets after their initial 2011 spending plans were

WESTBURY - Voters in four Long Island school districts returned to the polls today to try and approve new budgets after their initial 2011 spending plans were defeated in May.

After recasting their ballots, residents have approved the budgets in Locust Valley and Oyster Bay-East Norwich. However, voters in Seaford and Westbury failed to pass their school budgets for a second time.

The Fisher's Island budget also failed in May, but went straight to a contingency spending plan.

Westbury schools hold meeting on failed budgetMost school budgets pass across LI

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