Annual Budget and Board of Education Election on May 17

On Tuesday, March 17, Tri-Valley voters will have the opportunity to vote on the $35,839,371 proposed budget for the 2022-23 school year. Under the proposal, spending would increase by $668,108 over the current year. The budget proposal carries a tax levy increase of 0.80%, which is within the allowable levy cap. As a result, a simple majority (50% plus one vote) is needed for approval.

Voters were able to participate in a budget hearing, which took place on May 3. For information from the hearing, please refer to the Budget & Taxes section of our website.

Questions about voting registration and absentee ballots can be directed to Board Clerk, Norma Peña.


Vote date: Tuesday, May 17

Polling location: Tri-Valley Central School District, Lower Gymnasium

Vote time: 1-8 p.m.


Also on the ballot are the following:

  • Proposition to establish a Capital Reserve Fund (Capital Reserve 2022) not to exceed $20 million, to be funded over the next 10 years
  • There are seven candidates running for three at-large seats on the Board of Education. Learn more about them here.
    • Candidate names (in no particular order)
      • George A Dean
      • Mary Tierney
      • Tim Dymond
      • Robert Van Curry
      • Tammy Chaboty
      • Corey Borden
      • Travis Hartman