Dryden school board makes cuts, seeks 5.5% tax levy increase
DRYDEN -- The Dryden Central School District's Board of Education voted on Monday evening to approve its 2011-12 school budget proposal of $32.2 million, which, in the face of state aid reduction, is 2 percent less than last year's budget.
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#1 Apr 21, 2011
Living in Tompkins county is expensive and no one in the local government or the schools seems to know how to live on a budget or within their means. Yet they are quick to raise taxes on those of us who are living on very tight budgets because we are forced to.
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