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The tentative 2014-2015 $99.5 million budget calls for $88,967,333 to be raised through taxation, an increase of $606,656 over last year's $86,360,677 spending plan -- or an increase of 3.02%.
Because a portion of the increase comes from banked adjustments from prior years, school officials say the tax levy is at state adjusted CAP.
A public hearing and final adoption on the spending plan is scheduled for the Board of Education meeting of April 29.