Northville board OKs 21% tax hike
In a 4-1 decision, the Northville Central School Board of Education adopted a $9.7 million contingency budget Tuesday night that carries the same 2.5 percent spending increase and 20.72 percent tax-levy increase residents rejected May 17.
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#1 Jun 11, 2011
My problem is we need to consolidate schools and merge them. Some classes only have 2 or 3 kids to a class and sometimes a teacher and asistant for 2 or 3 kids. Calcuate that cost and the cost of Breakfast , lunch and free after school programs - we need to merge a few schoold to have an acceptable class size. Northville,Mayfield and Wells all 3 need to merge maybe others. sell off the other property, and we won't need 1/2 the teachers and office personal, we would save a fortune?
#2 Nov 29, 2011
I am ok with that!
#3 Nov 29, 2011
21% my uncle pays low taxes so 21% is not that bad.
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