Even though it was a rainy day, Nanuet residents came out to on the Nanuet School and Library budgets and board member candidates on Tuesday at the Nanuet High School gym. Voting closes at 9 p.m. so check back with Nanuet Patch tonight for the results.
The Board has a to fill this year. Board Member Pamela Cirilli is not returning to the board and Lisa Filatov and Tim Donnelly are running for that spot
Voters were asked to choose two candidates for the Nanuet board of education. Incumbents Sarah Chauncey, Ed Dingman and Challenger Scott Walters are running for those two spots.
"There has been a large turnout so far, much like last year, despite the rain," said Nanuet Schools District Clerk Lucille Anemone.
Here's a look at what Nanuet voters had to say today at the polls.
"I want to be part of the community and give my vote," said Winni Curran. "It's a priviledge to vote."
Her husband Tom said that theadded importance to today's election.
"It's important that we come out and vote," he said. "Hopefully the legislators in Albany will not freeze funds that go to the schools."
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"We had five kids go through the school district and we came out to vote to support the Nanuet schools," said Dorothy Bromm. She added that education is important to her and her husband Jim because Jim was a technology education teacher in the past at Tappan Zee High School.
"I came out to vote because it's my civic duty," said Sue Hawkins.