EAST WHEATFIELD TOWNSHIP — Residents of United School District will not see a tax increase under a final budget passed Wednesday for the coming school year. Standing by their pledge not to burden district taxpayers with an increase many of the board’s constituents cannot afford, directors adopted the 2017-18 final fiscal year budget that calls for $21,950,795 in expenses, $21,008,703 in revenues and funds of $942,092 from the district’s fund balance. The millage rate will remain at 11.156 mills.
EAST WHEATFIELD TOWNSHIP — The United School District is saving a little more than $19,000 after directors voted Tuesday to rescind an earlier motion to approve the district’s share of the Indiana County Technology budget and approve a lesser amount. The board unanimously voted to withdraw a finance motion from the May 9 board meeting agenda that approved the district’s member share of $450,890 of the ICTC budget, then voted to pass an updated amount of $431,532, a savings of $19,358.
EAST WHEATFIELD TOWNSHIP — District residents will not see a tax increase for a second year under a proposed budget adopted Monday for the coming school year. The board voted 5-2 to approve the 2017-18 budget that calls for $21,978,153 in expenses, an increase of $560,671 over 2016-17’s budget, and revenues of $21,008,703. The remaining $969,450 will be drawn from the district’s fund balance. The millage rate will remain at 11.156 mills.
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