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Revenue loss forces Mayfield school tax up

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The Mayfield Central School District’s school board has adopted a $16.6 million 2011-12 budget that includes layoffs, reductions in sports programs and 5 percent tax levy hike. Taxpayers would be paying more for less in part to make up for a $1.4 million cut to the district’s state education aid and $746,000 in unpaid taxes owed by the Hudson River Black River Regulating District. Superintendent Paul Williamsen said after the next cycle of school taxes ...


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