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									PROPOSED
BUDGET 2008 - 2009
For the Fiscal Year
Commencing July 1, 2008

March 19
M h 19, 2008
              BOARD OF EDUCATION
Nancy Tucci, President
Heidi Sickles, Vice President
Evan Heller
Dr. Thomas Militana
Cathy O’Keefe
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Guy Pipolo


  RYE NECK ADMINISTRATION
Dr. Peter J. Mustich
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Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Kimberly Bucci
Assistant Superintendent for Business
  RYE NECK ADMINISTRATION

Dr.        Ferraro,
Dr Barbara Ferraro Assistant Superintendent/High School Principal
Dr. Eric Lutinski, Principal Middle School
Margaret Longabucco, Principal F.E. Bellows School
J    Babcock, Principal Daniel Warren S h l
Joan B b k P i i l D i l W            School
Diane Santangelo, Administrator for Special Services
Ann Wallace, Director of Guidance
Christian McCarthy, Director of Athletics
                                   BUDGET DATES

  BUDGET DATES:
  March 19        Budget Hearing
  April    2      Budget Hearing
  April
  A il    16      B d    Hearing/Adoption
                  Budget H i /Ad i
  May      7      Final Budget Hearing
  May     20      Budget Vote




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May 20 – Budget Vote
      BUDGET CYCLE

Septe be     oa d      goa s p o t es
September - Board sets goals & priorities
October - Enrollment/staffing projections
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Nov./Dec. - Staff submit budgets
January - Review of budget & staffing
Feb.-March - Board reviews proposed budget
March - Community Meetings
March 19 & April 2, 16 - Budget Hearings
          2008-2009
          2008 2009 – Unique Challenges
• Completion of the capital projects
• Opening new classrooms at Daniel Warren
• District-wide grade re-alignment
• Associated changes in staffing
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• Costs: health insurance, utilities, transportation
                  2008-2009 THEMES
 Everyone Counts: commitment to the
personal relationship

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 Preserving our Promise: commitment to solid
fiscal planning

 Partners in Success: commitment to a
community of learners

 Measuring Achievement: commitment to
exceptional results
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         BUDGET COMPONENTS
Three Major Components:
   EDUCATIONAL PLAN - program, including
  staffing

  FACILITIES PLAN - maintaining facilities &
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  completion of new construction

  FISCAL PLAN - how we fund the budget
    WHAT THE 2008-2009 BUDGET
            ACCOMPLISHES…
Favorable                     ma imize teacher p pil
Fa orable class sizes that maximize teacher-pupil
relationships
Commitment to the latest technology and instructional
tools
Staffing for higher standards and growing enrollment
Stabilized spending & solid long range fiscal planning
Comprehensive facilities plan: Design, develop and implement
grade restructuring for Fall 2008.
Essential district-wide curricular initiatives K-12
A personalized program for each student based on multiple
types of assessments
     WHAT THE 2008-2009 BUDGET
             ACCOMPLISHES…
Diverse instructional strategies that challenge and support
student success
Cost-effective, environmental friendly facility maintenance
programs
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State of the art computer technology throughout the district
Commitment to extracurricular opportunities
Provides academic experiences for all members of the Rye
Neck community (students, staff, parents, & residents)
Quality schools + a responsible fiscal plan = successful
students and solid property values
Our
Academic
Program
The Value of the Personal
Approach
  Individual attention is a critical
  component of academic success at all
  levels.
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  With a favorable student/teacher ratio at
  all levels, our students receive the
  attention they need to succeed in the
   l r          nd beyond.
  classroom and b nd
                    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Di i Wid
District Wide                       S i lS i
                                    Special Services
                                     Emphasis on prevention and early
School-wide enrichment               remediation support services
Demonstrated commitment to           Continuum f p i l d ti n r i
                                     C ntin m of special education services
favorable class size                 and programs for classified students
Focus on continued professional      English Language Learner (ELL) Services
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development for staff                (
                                     (K-12))
Enhanced academic rigor for all      K-12 special classes aligned with higher
Technology based coursework &        standards
research                             Technological supports for students with
                                     disabilities
                                     di bili i
Continued commitment to
curriculum development               Competitive grants to support district
                                     initiatives
Strings and Music Programs
                                     Extensive preparation for state and Regents
Elementary Foreign Language          exams (tutorials, extended day services)
Commitment to new technology         Academic intervention supports
initiatives for multidisciplinary    Emphasis on research-based “best
instruction
i t ti                               practices”
                      PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Daniel Warren                                F.E. Bellows
  Full day kindergarten with Teacher         Research based math and language arts programs
  Assistants                                 Science Center for experiential science activities
  Interactive whiteboard technology in all   Outdoor classroom, “Life Garden”
  classrooms with full internet access       Stanford University EPGY Math program in
  Integrated/enriched music and art          grade 2, 3 & 4
  curriculum                                 Interactive whiteboard technology in all
  E l I
  Early Intervention R di
                  i Reading                   l            ith f ll i t  t
                                             classrooms with full internet access
  School-Wide Enrichment Model (SEM)         New 4th grade research-based Reading
  Research based Math and Language           Initiative “Trophies”
  Arts programs                              Computers in all classrooms with full internet
  E p ri nti l S i n pr r m
  Experiential Science program               access
  Instructional computer lab with full       School Newspaper
  internet access                            School-Wide Enrichment Model (SEM)
  School wide literacy based character       Instructional computer lab with full internet
  education program                          access
  Enhanced Cultural Arts and Health          Comprehensive Music Education Program
  Wellness programs                          Elementary Foreign language Grades 3-5
  State-of-the-art 40 ft. climbing wall      3rd and 4th grade Lunch and Learn
  Strong Home/School partnership             4th grade Math Olympiad
                                             National Circus Project
                            PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Middle School                                             High School
  Team structure that facilitates interdisciplinary         Award winning Arts Program, Mock Trial and Academic
  education and personalized attention                      Challenge Teams
                 science math
  Regents level science, math, and foreign language         Science Olympiads
  coursework for 8th graders                                Seventeen (17) Advanced Placement offerings with
  Expository writing program in English and ELA             new courses: Psychology and Statistics
  classes                                                   Science Research
  Math Olympiad and Stanford University EPGY                Stanford University Coursework (virtual classroom)
  program for advanced math                                 Junior and Senior Comprehensive College Placement &
                         gy
  Science and Technology Fair                               Career Planning
  Foreign language for grades 6-8                                  Freshman Seminar
  Special course program that supports core curricula              Sophomore Career Guidance
  and provides opportunity for 21st century learning        College and University partnerships
  Guidance services include character education in          Senior Internship Program
  grades 6; an interdisciplinary and developmental
  guidance in grades 7 and 8 and an advisory program        Art Gallery highlighting various genres
  f grades 6-8
  for d 6 8                                                             Jazz All State           All State
                                                            All County Jazz, All-State Band and All-State Chorus
          “Introduction to Colleges & Careers”              recognition
  School-wide enrichment model: Lunch and Learn and         Cultural Exchanges
  Project Based Learning courses; Mock Trial and debate     Successful extracurricular and sports programs
  teams                                                     TV Studio, Student Radio Station
  Academic intervention services                            Annual Musical Production
  Evening
  E i music, art, and d
                i         d drama productions
                                       d i                  Independent Research Projects (SEM)
  After school clubs for grades 6-8
  Modified sports for 7-8 and intramural program for
  grades 6-8
  Homework Helpers and Extended Day after school
  assistance
                          PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Athletics                                         Health & Physical Education
 50 Teams at the Varsity, Junior Varsity and Modified   Created and Implemented Fitness
 Levels.
 Levels                                                 C i l
                                                        Curriculum: H Heart R      Technology,
                                                                              Rate T h l
 Girl’s Tennis were the Undefeated League
 Champions and had Doubles Team reach Sectional         Core, Circuit, Spin and Weight Training.
 Quarterfinals.                                         Extensive staff development which
 Football and Girl’s Soccer advanced to the Sectional   included: Badminton with Patrick Murphy,
 Semi Finals
 Semi-Finals.                                           former Olympic Athlete and Circuit
 Ice Hockey and Volleyball advanced to the Sectional    Training with L.I.F.T.
 Quarter Finals.
 Bowling had two individuals and one Wrestler qualify   Staff Palm Pilots used for Student
 for Sectional Tournament.                              Assessment.
 In Spring ’07 the Varsity Baseball team advanced to    Polar TriFit 700 – Fitness Testing and
 the Sectional finals for the fourth year in a row.     Assessment, Health Education Survey.
 Converted existing space on ground floor of
 Press Box into Athletic Training Room.                 Updated Fitness Center Equipment:
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 Implemented After-School Strength andg                        p                    y y
                                                             Expresso Virtual Reality Cycles
 Conditioning Program with Professional                      Power Lift – Power Racks w/ Platform
 Strength Coach from L.I.F.T.
                                                             Arc Trainers – Cross Training Ellipticals
 Implemented 18 week After-School Intramural
 Program for grades 6-8.                                New Traverse Climbing Wall added to the
                                                        F.E.        Curriculum
                                                        F E Bellows Curriculum.
    ENROLLMENT 1990 - 2009




                                                                                                                                                                          Estimated


        1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
K           85      94      106       95       97      114      125      134      121      121      107      117      116      106      128      123      105      105        114
1           82      93      101      108      109       99      100      136      130      117      117      110      113      120      107      127      122      109        105
2           81      83       87      109       98      104      106       99      142      122      114      114      112      115      111      102      128      128        109
3           84      81       81       88       99      106      110      109      106      125      122      114      117      115      118      112      110      129        128
4           82      80       81       86      102       79      105      108      114       97      125      117      113      117      113      119      109      109        129
5           81      88       72       79       78       89       98       93       94      106       96      117      123      102      122      113      118      112        109
6           61      78       85       69       80       82       83      101       99       98      106       98      117      123       97      118      108      118        112
7           65      58       77       84       77       75       91       81       90      106       96      108      104      114      123      104      117      109        118
8           61      67       60       73       64       75       84       91       81       93      104       93      112      105      112      121      104      115        109
9           73      67       61       65       82       76       65       81       89       86       89       96       96      108      110      120      115      102        115
10          63      74       67       60       78       73       85       70       76       87       86       87       91       85      112       99      119      108        102
11          69      58       75       69       71       62       76       80       70       75       91       70       84       90       81      109       99      122        108
12          80      70       63       80       65       72       75       81       89       56       68       87       75       80       86       80      107       95        122


TOTAL     967     991     1,016    1,065    1,100    1,106    1,203    1,264    1,301    1,289    1,321    1,328    1,373    1,380    1,420    1,447    1,461    1,461     1,480

% INC             2 48%
                  2.48%    2.52%
                           2 52%    4.82%
                                    4 82%    3.29%
                                             3 29%    0.55%
                                                      0 55%    8.77%
                                                               8 77%    5.07%
                                                                        5 07%    2.93%
                                                                                 2 93%    1.98%
                                                                                          1 98%    2.48%
                                                                                                   2 48%    0.53%
                                                                                                            0 53%    3.39%
                                                                                                                     3 39%    0.51%
                                                                                                                              0 51%    2.90%
                                                                                                                                       2 90%    1.90%
                                                                                                                                                1 90%    0.97%
                                                                                                                                                         0 97%    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                  0 00%      1.30%
                                                                                                                                                                             1 30%
                            ENROLLMENT 1992 - 2009
1500


1400


1300


1200


1100


1000
   92/93   93/94   94/95   95/96   96/97   97/98   99/00   00/01   01/02   02/03   03/04   04/05 '05/06 '06/07 '07/08 '08/09
ENROLLMENT BY YEAR 1996-2009
                YEAR      ENROLLMENT
                1995/96      1,106
                1996/97      1 203
                             1,203
34% increase    1997/98      1,264
                1998/99      1,301
in enrollment   1999/00      1,289
                             1 289
  since the     2000/01      1,321
  1995-1996     2001/02      1,328
                2002/03      1 373
                             1,373
 school year.   2003/04      1,380
                2004/05      1,420
                2005/06      1 447
                             1,447
                2006/07      1,461
                2007/08      1,461
                2008/09      1,480
                             AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
   Daniel Warren School
                  Actual    Projected
                 2007/08    2008/09
Kindergarten        18          19
    Grade
1st G d             20          21
2nd Grade      (to Bellows)    22

                                           F. E. Bellows School

                                                    2007/08   2008/09
                                        2nd Grade    21/22    (to DW)
                                          d Grade
                                        3rd G d         18        21
                                        4th Grade     18/19       21
                                        5th Grade                 18
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Staffing
The success of our
students would not be
possible without the efforts
of our dedicated and
           staff
supportive staff.
                PROPOSED STAFFING CHANGES
            TO MEET PROGRAM/ENROLLMENT NEEDS:
School             FTE           Position          Program           Budget                                   Notes

Daniel Warren       0.2     Librarian        Library                   13,605 additional grade at DW

                   (0.50)   Teacher          Art                       (34,013)




Middle School      (1.00)   Teaching Asst.                             (22,960)




Special Services   0.40     Teacher          Special Class-Bellows     24,000




Bellows            0.40     Teacher          AIS                       24,000 was Michele Berman




Athletics          0.40     Teacher                                    24,000     increased enrollment

                   0.80     Teaching Asst.                             19,543     increased enrollment




Support Services   1.00     Custodian        (.2 Bellows/.8 DW )       47,143     increased enrollment, increased building space at DW




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Total              1.70
                   1 70                                                95,318
                                                                       95 318
Revenues
PROPOSED REVENUES 2008-2009

                             FEDERAL/  OTHER/
             ESTIMATED        BOCES TRANSFER
            STATE AID 4.7%    AID 0.6%  0.6%
                                             FUND
    COUNTY SALES                            BALANCE
      TAX 1%                                   2.8%




                                                      PROPERTY TAX
                                                          90.3%
                  SOURCES OF REVENUE

                            Amount
                            A                 f     l
                                           % of total
BALANCE JULY 1                  966,000         2.8%
PROPERTY TAX & STAR         30,566,733
                              ,    ,           90.3%
COUNTY TAX                      350,000         1.0%
STATE AID                    1,609,718          4.7%
FEDERAL/BOCES AID               191,172         0.6%
OTHERS (rentals, interest       187,200         0.6%
 tuition, etc.)
TOTAL                        $33,870,823       100%
Expenditures
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Today, Rye Neck ranks 30th out of the
          h       h l districts in
43 Westchester school di i i terms
of per pupil expenditures (our
     di ) d            i   h       ll
spending), demonstrating that excellent
results can be achieved by using precious
dollars i l
d ll wisely
    PROPOSED EXPENDITURES
                   2008-2009
                       EQUIP/SERV/
                        SUPP/TEXT
  DEBT SERV. 4.0%                    TRANSPORTATION 2.9%
                          11%
       3 3%
 BOCES 3.3%


SPEC.
ACCTS
 1.2%




                                                           SALARIES
 BENEFITS
                                                             53.8%
  21.4%
                UTILITIES
                  2.4%
DISTRIBUTION OF COSTS

                 Amount
                 A                    f     l
                                   % of total
SALARIES         $ 18,207,420            53.8%
                                                 75%
BENEFITS              7,323,819          21.4%
UTILITIES               800,000           2.4%
BOCES                 1,127,696           3.3%
SPECIAL ACCTS             ,
                       394,601            1.2%
DEBT SERVICE         1,312,772            4.0%
EQUIP/SERV/SUPPL.     3,803,842          11.0%
TRANSPORTATION          900,672           2.9%


TOTAL               $ 33,870,823         100%
                                             FIXED COSTS
                  Areas of major expected increase
                                Budget       Proposed
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Expenditure                     2007-08       2008-09      Increase   % Change
Health Insurance                 2,738,140    3,141,761    403,621       14.7%
Retiree Health Ins.               996,815     1,170,018    173,203       17.4%
Utilities                         664,500      800,000     135,500       20.4%
Social Security                  1,340,800    1,440,000     99,200        7.4%
             (         )
Debt Service (new bonds)         1,166,958    1,312,772    145,814       12.5%
Transportation                    755,285      905,672     150,387       19.9%
Equip. - Comp. Infrastructure     501,610      595,060      93,450       18.6%
Labor contracts                 17,570,483   17,755,920    185,437        1.1%


                                25,734,591   27,121,203   1,386,612


75% of the budget is devoted to staff salaries & benefits.
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              The impact of fixed costs
Actual spending increase:
  5.84%


What would the budget-to-budget spending
increase be without these fixed costs?


                               1.22%
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                  Budget to budget changes
1994/95              3.66%    1994 - present
1995/96                 4.74%
 996/97
1996/97                 5.84%
1997/98                 3.09%
1998/99                 6.74%     Rye Neck’s
1999/00                 7.07%     per pupil
2000/01                 9 59%
                        9.59%
2001/02                 9.13%     costs
2002/03                 6.39%     compare very
2003/04                 5.40%
2004/05                 9.21%
                                  favorably
2005/06                 7.71%     with other
2006/07                 6.65%     districts.
2007/08                 7.26%
2008/09                 5.84%

15 Year Avg. Increase    6.55%
Taxes
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             Components of the tax rate
•Revenues
   Local
  •Local property tax support
  •Uncertainty of state budget
  •Declining State Aid contingent on passing of the NY State budget
  •Federal & BOCES Aid
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  •County sales tax
  •Rental Income (we have reclaimed BOCES rental spaces)


•Expenditures
  •Contractual and non-discretionary (health insurance, pension
  contributions)
   Required
  •Required educational programs (special education)
  •New staffing
  •Maintenance of facilities and equipment
  •Services, supplies, equipment and textbooks
                             Tax rate components
Equalization, Assessments and Revaluation
(beyond school district control)
  •Homes in Rye Town are assessed at full value
  •Homes in Rye City - same assessed value system as last year
  •Equalization rate (ORPS) determines sharing percentage for
  the two municipalities
  • Rye To n ill bear         nd Rye City
    R e Town will be r 69% and R e Cit – 31%
  • Rye Town is appealing the equalization rate established for
  Rye City
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  • Estimated tax rates are subject to change based on the
  outcome of the appeal.
                 Tax rate components (cont.)
Homestead
   Homestead (residential) and Non-homestead
   (commercial/industrial) tax rates are
   established for each municipality
   Use of the homestead option will save
   residential property owners money
How equalization works
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Rye City                            Rye Town
  Assume Market Value is            Assume Market Value is
  $655,000                          $682,000
  This home is assessed at          This home is assessed at 100%
  1.97%
  1 97% of market value or                               $682 000
                                    of market value or $682,000
  $12,904                           To equalize the tax rate in Rye
  To equalize the tax rate in Rye   Town, the tax rate is set at
  City, the tax rate is set at      $12.31 per thousand dollars of
  $650.69 per thousand dollars      assessed valuation
  of assessed valuation             The final tax bill on the above
  The final tax bill on the above   $682,000 house would be 12.31
                                    $ ,
  $655,000 house would be           x $ 682 =
  12.90 x $ 650.69 =

          $8,394
          $8 394                      $8,395
                                      $8 395
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                            The tax levy
                                   2008-
                                   2008-2009
2008/09 percentage of the tax levy


   Rye City,
    31.20%



                       Rye Town,
                        68.80%
The estimated tax rate
per $1,000 of assessed value




                                                                        Non-
                                         Percentage    Homestead     Homestead
   Municipality   Total Municipal Levy   of the levy    Tax Rate      Tax Rate


   Rye Town             21,030,530
                        21 030 530           68.80%
                                             68 80%          12.31
                                                             12 31         15.94
                                                                           15 94


   Rye City              9,536,203           31.20%         650.69        839.99


   Total Levy           30,566,733          100.00%
History of tax rate increases
                       Original      Final %            Original   Final %
         Year          Tax %        Rye Town            Tax %      Rye City
         1991-92                        6.60%                         3.36%
         1992-93
         1992 93                        6.65%
                                        6 65%                         4.14%
                                                                      4 14%
         1993-94                        7.78%                        -0.23%
         1994-95                        5.58%                         2.82%
         1995-96                        9.88%                        -0.71%
         1996-97                        5.53%                         3.47%
         1997-98                        4.48%                         4.73%
         1998-99                        6.63%                         5.84%
         1999-00                        4.46%                       26.56%
         2000-01                        9.91%                         9.17%
         2001 02
         2001-02                        8 17%
                                        8.17%                       13 87%
                                                                    13.87%
         2002-03            6.35%     12.00%    FINAL    11.94%       0.48%   FINAL
         2003-04            2.25%       5.43%   FINAL    16.74%       9.45%   FINAL
         2004-05            4.79%       8.13%   FINAL    24.09%     16.91%    FINAL
         2005-06 *         14.57%       9.14%   FINAL    -6.05%       5.35%   FINAL
         2006-07            4.27%       6.54%   FINAL     5.86%      -0.11%   FINAL
         2007-08           -0.35%      -0.10%   FINAL     8.65%       8.91%   FINAL
         2008-09           -2.44%     draft              13.04%     draft

   Average over 18 years            6.35%                          7.06%
Estimated taxes (using a range of assessed values)
Rye Town – Tax rate per $1,000 of assessed value

   Market Value --
     Assessed                 Rye Town Homestead                   Estimated Tax After   Estimate After
     Valuation                      Tax Rate       Estimated Tax         STAR*           STAR rebate**
    450,000                          12.31           5,540              4,137               3,709
    550,000                          12.31           6,771              5,368               4,940
    650,000
    650 000                          12.31
                                     12 31           8,002
                                                     8 002              6,599
                                                                        6 599               6,171
                                                                                            6 171
    750,000                          12.31           9,233              7,830               7,402
    850,000                          12.31          10,464              9,061               8,633
    950,000                          12.31          11,695             10,292               9,864
  1,050,000
  1 050 000                          12.31
                                     12 31          12 926
                                                    12,926             11 523
                                                                       11,523              11,095
                                                                                           11 095
  1,150,000                          12.31          14,157             12,754              12,326
  2,000,000                          12.31          24,620             23,218              22,789




 * STAR Basic exemption = $113,930



                        $428.04
 ** STAR rebate check = $428 04
Estimated taxes (using a range of assessed values)
Rye City – Tax rate per $1,000 of assessed value

                                                    Rye City
      Assessed            Estimated Market Value   Homestead                     Estimated Tax   After STAR
      Valuation                     *               Tax Rate     Estimated Tax    After STAR       rebate

           20,000                    1,015,228          650.69      13,014          11,420        11,011

           25,000                    1,269,036          650.69      16,267          14,673        14,264

           30,000                    1,522,843          650.69      19,521          17,927        17,517

           35,000                    1,776,650          650.69      22,774          21,180        20,771

           40,000                    2,030,457          650.69      26,028          24,433        24,024

           45,000                    2,284,264          650.69      29,281          27,687        27,278



   * STAR Basic exemption = $2,450




   ** STAR rebate check = $409.07
Estimated tax rate change



                                2007/08   2008/09   Change         %
Municipality                Tax Rate Estimate        per $1,000    change

Rye Town                        12.62
                                12 62     12.313
                                          12 313       0.31
                                                     - 0 31         2.44%
                                                                  - 2 44%

Rye City                    575.62        650.69     75.07        13.04%




 per $1,000 of assessed value
STAR
STAR is the New York State School Tax Relief program that provides an exemption
from school property taxes for owner-occupied, primary residences. Applications
      be filed i h h                  li ibl     i    ii              i     d d
must b fil d with the town assessor. Eligible senior citizens may receive reduced
school taxes under the “Enhanced” STAR exemption. To be eligible for the
enhanced exemption, property owners must be 65 years of age or older and meet the
income guidelines. The “Basic” STAR exemption is extended to all p
        g                                    p                       primaryy
residence homeowners regardless of age or income. STAR exemption amounts
change annually.

                                         f 2008 09 is t       il bl    t
Th 2007-08 th STAR exemptions are: (STAR for 2008-09 i not available yet)
The 2007 08 the         ti

                             Rye Town                      Rye City
Basic                        $113,930                      $ 2,450
Enhanced                     $215,170                      $ 4,970
1994/95                 3.66%
1995/96                 4.74%            Budget to budget
1996/97                 5.84%
1997/98                 3.09%
                                                  changes
1998/99                 6.74%               1994 - present
1999/00                 7.07%
2000/01                 9.59%
2001/02                 9 13%
                        9.13%
2002/03                 6.39%
2003/04                 5.40%
2004/05                 9 21%
                        9.21%
2005/06                 7.71%
2006/07                 6.65%
    /
2007/08                 7.26%
2008/09                 5.84%    draft

          g
15 Year Avg. Increase    6.55%
Rye Neck Students
achieve at the highest
levels of Westchester
Cou ty sc oo s.
County schools.
Thank you

								
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