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Schoharie County school districts take different tacks with budgets

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School taxes would increase anywhere from 1 to 3.92 percent in Schoharie County under school budget proposals voters will consider Tuesday. The Sharon Springs Central School District is asking to boost the tax levy by 1 percent for 2013-14 under an $8.77 million budget that comes with a $77,934 spending increase. Sharon Springs business manager Tony DiPace said that due to an expected decrease in special enrollment, staff cuts are planned, including a special education ...


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