Clay School Board talks property tax ...

Clay School Board talks property tax rate, $308 million budget

There are 1 comment on the The Florida Times-Union story from Aug 1, 2011, titled Clay School Board talks property tax rate, $308 million budget. In it, The Florida Times-Union reports that:

After a public hearing no one from the public attended, the Clay County School Board today okayed the tentative property tax rate and a $308 million budget for 2011-12. Superintendent Ben Wortham said he viewed the lack of public comment as a "testament" to how the school district is being run.

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#1 Aug 6, 2011
Could the superintendent be any more self absorbed?! Always about him. Maybe the general public had to get home from work, feed their families, mow the lawn, and live their lives. No one cares about the school board. School is required by law to attend. Gotta go, gotta be there --- No one even keeps up with the schools. A testament to how little we value public education is what it is..........

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