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Sharon Springs school budget calls for 2 percent tax levy hike

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Programs and staffing would remain unchanged in the 2012-13 school year under an $8.65 million budget proposal approved by the Sharon Springs Central School District’s Board of Education. District Business Manager Tony DiPace said the $8,645,264 budget represents a spending increase of 2.86 percent. The tax levy, proposed at $2,500,586, reflects an increase of 2 percent over the current budget, which puts the district in compliance with the state’s tax cap. Exact tax rates won’t ...

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