School Board Races: Patch Wants Your Questions

Patch wants to hear from you. What questions would you like Bedford-Katonah Patch to ask your candidates? Include your questions in the comments section or email them to LisaB@Patch.com.

Elections are coming up on May 15.

In Katonah-Lewisboro, board members are not seeking new terms and there are four candidates vying for their two seats: 

  • Rich Delin
  • Stephanie Tobin
  • Mindy Yanish
  • Marjorie Schiff

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In Bedford, has elected not to run again, and Lee Goldstein will run for his seat. School board President Susan Elion Wollin has filed to run for another three-year term and Andrew Bracco will run to keep his seat.

All three candidates are running unopposed.

In the week before the election, we submit questions to the candidates and post their answers here to help you make informed choices at the polls.

Do you have a question for any one or all of them? Send them my way. Include your questions in the comments section below or email them to LisaB@Patch.com

George May 08, 2012 at 12:27 PM
I would like to know what these candidates propose to do about out-of-control school budgets and the burdensome property taxes they have generated. Virtually every street in the Katonah-Lewisboro district has a large number of for-sale signs standing in front of the homes of older residents who are attempting to flee the district once their children have have graduated. And yet, their effort is often stymied by those same high taxes that scare potential buyers away.


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