Six challengers vie for New Paltz School Board, incumbents bow out

April 30, 2012 05:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Election Day for the New Paltz Central School District will bring a lot of choices. Voters will have to decide if they'll support a tax-cap-busting $50.31 million budget, if they'd like the schools to buy $339,000 worth of buses and they'll have to pick from a crowded field of hopefuls looking for a school board seat.

New Paltz voters will have to choose three among six Board of Education candidates this year -- and none of them will have an incumbent advantage. A few, like Dominick Profaci and Brian Courneyer have run for school board before. However, most candidates are new.

For the sake of consistency, all six candidates were asked the same questions. Their answers are presented here in a Q-and-A format.

Candidates are listed here in alphabetical order.
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