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Hudson school ballot moves forward without changes
Among the articles moving forward is the district’s $48,044,494 operating budget, which would have a tax impact of $13.59.
Next year’s proposed budget comes in at $777,714 higher than the current year’s budget, a bone of contention with several voters attending Saturday’s meeting.
Superintendent Bryan Lane attributed the budget increase to a district-wide increase in staff health insurance costs, as well increases to special education costs.
“Some of these very large expenses which popped up this year weren’t budgeted, but again were mandated and had to be paid for,” she said, noting she was pleased with the outcome of this year’s deliberative session. “It’s really a matter of math. If there are more parents like us, who do not want the proposed budget gutted, it won’t happen.”
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