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Proposed Shen budget hike lowest in 4 years

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The Shenendehowa Central School District board on Tuesday night adopted a $156.7 million budget that would raise taxes by $100 a year for a property with a $250,000 market value. The 2013-14 spending plan carries a tax levy increase of 2.8 percent and an increase in the actual tax rate of 2.29 percent, the lowest hike in four years. District residents may vote on the budget May 21. The difference in total spending between this ...


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