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 2007. Special meeting in union free school district. 1. The board of
education in a union free school district shall have power to call
special meetings of the inhabitants of the district whenever they shall
deem it necessary and proper, in the manner prescribed in section two
thousand four of this chapter. The notice of each special meeting shall
state the purposes for which it is called, and no business shall be
transacted at such special meeting, except that which is specified in
the notice.
2. In a union free school district whose limits correspond with those
of any incorporated village, the board of education shall have power to
call special meetings of the inhabitants of the district for the
purposes mentioned in section four hundred sixteen in the manner
prescribed in said section two thousand four of this chapter.
3. a. Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions one and two of
this section, and of section two thousand four of this part, whenever
the voters of the district shall have defeated the budget of the
district, in whole or in part, or whenever the board of education shall
have rejected all bids for a contract or contracts for public work,
transportation or purchase, and whenever in either such case the board
of education shall deem it necessary and proper to call a special
meeting to take appropriate action, the board of education shall be
authorized to give the notices required by subdivision one of section
two thousand four of this part by publishing such notices once in each
week within the two weeks next preceding such special meeting, the first
publication to be at least fourteen days before such meeting and any
required posting to be fourteen days before the time of such meeting.
b. A school budget revote called pursuant to paragraph a of this
subdivision shall be held on the third Tuesday of June, provided,
however that such budget revote shall be held on the second Tuesday in
June if the commissioner at the request of a local school board
certifies no later than March first that such vote would conflict with
religious observances.
c. Notwithstanding the provisions of section two thousand fourteen of
this part, where a school district shall have adopted personal
registration, the board of registration shall meet on such day or days
as shall be fixed by the board of education, the last day of which,
however, shall not be more than seven nor less than two days preceding
any school district meeting notices for which shall have been given as
provided in this subdivision.
4. The board of education in a union free school district shall, in
each case when a special district meeting is required or permitted to
elect members of such board of education, call such meeting for at least
six consecutive hours between the hours of seven o'clock in the forenoon
and nine o'clock in the afternoon, at least two of which hours shall be
after six o'clock in the afternoon, and notice shall be given in the
manner prescribed in section two thousand four of this chapter for
meetings held over the hours.

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