Not one dollar more

March 19, 2013

The local taxes that Oconeeans pay through the years for their public schools have made for dramatic knock-down, drag out sessions with the County Council. But Dr. Michael Thorsland, assistant superintendent for school district operations, envisions a budget process without major squabbles. Because, as Thorsland put it today, district administration expects to recommend holding the line on the local request to no more than what trustees requested of council last year. Thorsland announced this morning that Gloria Moore, district finance officer, had received some good news yesterday about state aid, in particular the value for owner-occupied homes.

 

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