View the 2021 proposed budget
Qualified voters of the Middleburgh School District will vote on the 2021 library budget on Tuesday May 11, 2021 from 12:00 - 8:00 in the Community Room of the Middleburgh Library.
A Public Budget Hearing will be held on April 21, 2021 at 7:30 in the library. We encourage all members of the community to attend if you have questions about the proposed budget.
We have two candidates who are running for trustee seats this year:
Deborah Brigadier, whose friends and family call “Debbie”, was born into a military family with three sisters, first flying on an airplane all the way to Japan at age seven! She has two daughters, one who lives with one granddaughter in San Diego, and one who lives in Alaska. She joined the Navy as a nurse, serving 20 years and then retired in Middleburgh in 2003. She served as a school nurse at MCS and continues to serve as a nurse substitute. She holds a Master’s Degree in Nursing and presently is contracted with Schoharie County to do Covid Case Investigation/Management online. She lives with her husband, Jim, a Middleburgh native, and retired 30-year Marine Corps pilot, in the Town of Broome 10 minutes south of Middleburgh.
Andrea Paglieri, As a resident of Middleburgh for close to 30 years, I have been involved in some way with the Middleburgh Library from developing summer science programs at the library on Wells Avenue to running PreK arts program at the newer library. I have always felt that the library was more than just a catalog of books, but was a place that served its community in a variety ways, from the drop-in story times to the concerts to the genealogy collection. It is this view of the library's role in Middleburgh coupled with the reality of fiscal responsibility that makes this such an interesting time to be on the Middleburgh Library board. Additionally, I am on the Best House Advisory Committee, which oversees the Dr. Best Medical Exhibit, as well as being a member of the Joint Recreation Commission which is responsible for the developing and running of the summer programs, including the village pool and related activities, such as swim lessons, arts and crafts and tennis/open gym. Having begun as a teacher of special needs students in New Jersey, I retired a few years ago, ending my career as a Prek teacher at CRCS. Lastly, I live in the village of Middleburgh with my husband, Ray.