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Bond 2021

On Tuesday, Sept. 28, residents within the Smithtown Central School District will have the opportunity to vote on a $120 million bond proposal for various districtwide capital improvements. If approved, the proposal would not increase taxes, as new payments for the proposed work would replace expiring debt payments. Therefore, no new tax revenue would be needed to support the bond payments. The proposed bond referendum prioritizes
safety and security, renovates and repairs aging facilities, and continues to provide opportunities for student success.

For more information, visit the Bond 2021 page.