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Linglestown Gazette: Steps taken to avoid CD school tax hike

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Steps taken to avoid CD school tax hike

Central Dauphin School Board met last night and adopted curriculum changes, a preliminary budget that keeps the property-tax rate at its current level, and picked a new leader.

CLICK HERE for all the details from The Patriot-News.



At 5:34 PM, Anonymous Jay Purdy said...

If there is any board member that is best equipted to begin restoring the body's pummelled credability, it is Ford Thompson. I hope he is able to lead to a resonable concensus about dealing with the revenue challenges, starting with negotiations and settlement of the ill-fated attempt to outsource transporation services... a futile legal battle that has cost us taxpayers in the vicinity of $300,000 ... more than enough to have retained student driver education classes.


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