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Montgomery County spending plans get voter approval

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Voters Tuesday approved the newly merged Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Central School District’s $18.1 million budget proposal by a huge margin, with a 154-17 vote. The financial plan for the coming year increases combined spending by $1.5 million, funding for which comes in the form of state merger incentives. The new tax levy is equal to the two separate levies paid by district residents last year. Members of the new board were elected in a previous election. ...


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