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Middleburgh board chips away at budget in hopes of voters’ approval

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Field trips, an auditor, energy conservation and transportation are areas that would lose funding for 2013-14 under a new spending proposal to be presented to Middleburgh School District voters. Residents rejected the district’s initial $20,277,789 budget by a vote of 374-399 on May 21, setting up a new vote now scheduled for June 18. The Board of Education cut the initial 3.92 percent tax levy increase down to 2.68 percent by eliminating $88,000 in spending, ...

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