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Student drop, reserves, cuts ease Duanesburg tax hike

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Lower enrollment, the elimination of an early learning foreign language program and the use of $550,000 of reserves will allow the Duanesburg Central School District’s 2013-14 budget to fall below the state-imposed tax cap, but will boost the levy by 2.89 percent. The $14.4 million proposal increases spending by $256,311, or 1.81 percent, over the existing budget. Superintendent Christine Crowley said this year’s modest increase is partially a factor of the district continuing to close ...


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