Locals will have the chance to either approve or reject the $215 million proposed budget for the Smithtown Central School District on Tuesday.
The polls are open from 6 a.m.- 9 p.m.
The budget includes a 2.23 percent tax levy increase over the 2011-12 budget.
The proposed budget would use roughly $3.3 million from the and $1.5 million from the Assigned Appropriated Fund Balance to cover hit the $215.3 million budget.
The Board of Education approved the proposed budget April 17 six votes in favor to one vote in opposition – the lone opposing vote belonged to board member Joseph Saggese.
One thing locals won't have to concern themselves with Tuesday is the Board of Education member vote as there are just two people running for the two open seats.
, who was appointed to the board by the board members in December of last year following the November resignation of then board Vice President Scott Martella, is running unopposed.
Current board member Saggese will not run for another term. He has been a member for seven years.