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Linglestown Gazette: Tax hike coming to help close CD budget gap

Monday, January 09, 2012

Tax hike coming to help close CD budget gap

The Central Dauphin School District voted last week to limit a property-tax hike for next school year to no more than 1.7 percent, but details on how the district will close a projected $8 million budget shortfall remain up in the air. CLICK HERE for the story from The Patriot-News.

WHTM abc27 covered the meeting. CLICK HERE for a video report that overviews the board meeting and includes comments from CD parent Tara Mead, who expresses frustration over wasted spending on privatizing the district's bus service. Also, CLICK HERE for another video that features Lower Paxton political activist Eric Epstein calling for open communications by the school board and reduced costs associated with the district's administrators.


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