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Dunbarton's $5.7 million school budget passes
Article 3, the $5,778,641 operating budget; Article 4, raising $31,570 and establishing a capital reserve fund for legal expenses; and Warrant Article 5, placing $1,000 into the Kitchen Equipment Fund — plus expected revenues and the state school tax, will increase taxes by about 47 cents per $1,000 property valuation for a projected total tax rate of $15.20, or about $141 for a $300,000 home.
In welcoming Dunbarton to SAU 67, Cascadden said this will be his first time working with a multiple district, and he is excited about the new AREA partnership.
Balke, who was named superintendent of SAU 19 on March 6, wished Dunbarton well as it transitions to Bow in September.
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