Fishers Island School Land Sale Proposals for November 1 Hearing and November 8 Vote


Fishers Island Union Free School District
Information bulletin on the referendum vote

78 Greenwood Road
Box 600
Fishers Island, NY 06390

Proposals for your attention

Proposal #1: If the School Board is authorized to sell the following District-owned property at a purchase price at or above fair market value and on such terms and conditions as the School Board deems to be in the best interests of the District, the proceeds of this sale being deposited in accordance with the law in the general fund of the District?

Reservoir Road Parcel #1000-9-8-1, a 2.10 acre parcel with 455 feet of waterfront along the northeast shore of Silver Eel Cove located at the western end of Fishers Island with zoning R-80.

Proposal #2: If the Board of Education is authorized to sell Lot No. 1000-9-10-10, a 2.4 acre lot located on Winthrop Avenue, Fishers Island, NY to Walsh Park Benevolent Corporation, a non-profit corporation, for the purchase price of $410,000?

Voter information and mail-in ballot applications are available at

Voters’ demands

  • Citizen of the United States
  • Legal resident* of Fishers Island for 30 days prior to voting
  • 18 years old on the date or on the date of the vote

* Proof of residence (requires one of the following):

  • The elector’s name appears on the Suffolk County Board of Elections Fishers Island Electoral Roll
  • A driver’s license with a Fishers Island address
  • A New York State non-driver ID card with a Fishers Island address.

NOTE: Having voted in previous IUFSD elections does not in itself qualify a person for a current election.

Postal votes*

In-person applications must be delivered personally to the District Clerk, Aly Horn, no later than the day before the election.

Application by mail must be received by the District Clerk, Aly Horn, no later than the 15th day before the election.

The ballot itself must either be personally delivered to the district clerk no later than the close of the polls on election day, or postmarked by a government postal service no later than election day and received no later than 7 days after the election.

Referendum vote

November 8, 2022
FI Community Center

(General elections also take place at this location on this date from 6am to 9pm)

Referendum hearing

Link to Notice of Hearing

November 1, 2022
FIS Music Room
5:30 p.m.

Visit for Zoom meeting information

Contact information:

Christian Arsenault
[email protected]
(631) 788-7444 ext: 13

Jim Eagan
[email protected]
(631)788-7444 ext: 14

Aly Horn
District Clerk
[email protected]
(631)788-7444 ext: 12

*If you are eligible to vote and are unable to make it within the 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. voting time slot, please contact Aly Horn as soon as possible to request and submit an absentee ballot.

OCT22 Printable Referendum Ballot