Hampton's split from SAU shifts costs to other communities
As the town moves toward its withdrawal from SAU 21 next July, one thing is clear: Either the SAU budget will have to shrink or the districts will pay more money for the use of the central office.
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#1 Oct 3, 2010
The other Towns can take the time and do the same thing we did in Hampton.
#2 Oct 4, 2010
Seabrook should have left decades ago! Our taxbase footed the bill for that crappy school system. Hinesight is 20/20!
#3 Oct 5, 2010
Every Town has that right. Maybe someone should step up to the plate and begin the process if you really care about your tax dollars and your kids education. We did it and you all can to.
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