Long Island school districts' 2016-17 tax plans

School districts are proposing tax levies totaling more than $8.3 billion in their upcoming budgets, a rise of 0.73 percent overall, according to data from the New York State comptroller. That amounts to a 0.55 percent increase in Nassau and a 0.91 percent increase in Suffolk. Here are details on the proposed tax levies for districts that had data available, along with indications of whether they plan to override a property tax cap. Hempstead and New Suffolk did not provide data for the table or map. You can read more about the school tax plans. Data posted on March 14, 2016.

Percentage changes in the proposed tax levy

Cuts or no change
Up to 1 percent
Up to 3 percent
Up to 13 percent

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