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School budget hits staff, keeps sports

$160M plan with 5 percent tax hike goes to voters May 19

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The strings program and district athletic programs were all preserved in a tentative 2009-10 budget the Board of Education agreed to Wednesday. The proposed budget comes to roughly $160 million and would result in a tax increase of about 4.9 percent. The proposal uses roughly $3 million from its surplus accounts — $1 million to cover the programs it wants to add back to the budget and $2 million to limit the tax rate. “Not ...


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