SCARSDALE, N.Y. The Scarsdale Union Free School District gets back to work on its 2012-2013 budget this week with study sessions at 6:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 13 and 15. Superintendent Michael McGill will lead the administration in explaining to the board of education each piece that makes up his budget proposal, which exceeds the 2 percent tax levy cap by $1.1 million and adds an average of $228 to Scarsdale property tax bills. The meetings will be held in rooms 170-172 of the administration wing of Scarsdale High School.
Also Monday, the board of education will hold its regular business meeting beginning at 8 p.m. immediately following the budget session. Board President Jill Spieler will present the first readings of a proposed textbook loan program announcement and a transportation announcement.
The Scarsdale Village Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, at village hall. Among items on the agenda is a resolution establishing 2012-2013 recreation fees and charges, resolutions regarding land use and proposed amendments to the wireless law. Theres also a resolution to authorize a lease with Central Taxi and to execute a collective bargaining agreement with Scarsdales firefighters union. The board will also hear petitions from RuthFrankel of Richbell Road and Bona Choura of Church Lane regarding the building department.
On Wednesday, Feb. 15, a public hearing will be held by the planning board at 8 p.m. in village hall. The board will consider the application of Scarsdale Gasoline Corp. for a renewal of a special use permit to continue the operation of a gasoline station at 999 Post Road. Also, the board will consider the application of Caroline and Mitchell Nussbaum for a wetlands permit to construct a one-story addition to the rear of the house on wetlands controlled property at 9 Rural Drive.
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