Stafford Township School Board Approves Budget With Tax Decrease


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David Biggy
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May 05, 2021
By David Biggy

In spite of continued cuts in condition support and this year’s increase in expenses as the district carries on to offer with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Stafford Township College District managed to decreased the area tax charge for up coming 12 months.
Up coming year’s school spending budget functions a lower of .83 cents per $100 of assessed property worth – from 72.43 to 71.60 – thanks in substantial component to a projected boost of practically $595,000 in tax revenue. Subsequent the district’s 201-22 hearing on April 29, the Stafford Township Board of Schooling authorised the spending budget.
For the 2021-22 calendar year, the district is anticipated to drop about $315,000 in point out support. With a overall of $43,406,600 in expenses expected, the 4 maximum-expense products as section of the price range are anticipated to be normal instruction ($10,394,262), staff positive aspects ($11,209,421), special training ($4,174,240) and upkeep/safety ($4,109,835).  —D.B.

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