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S-G school district proposes budget that exceeds tax cap

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The Scotia-Glenville Board of Education is seeking the public’s support in getting the budget passed. That’s nothing new. But this year, it needs a 60-percent super-majority of voters because the budget exceeds the state tax cap, which is down to .27 percent for the school district. The proposed $50.78 million spending plan increases spending by 3.33 percent and raises taxes by a maximum of 1.76 percent, and would allow the district to keep programming at ...

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