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WHERE IT WENT



Published: Tue, July 16, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



WHERE IT WENT

Sharon state subsidy

The Sharon City School Board voted unanimously Monday to spend an additional $248,400 in unanticipated state subsidy money to restore teachers, aides and other items cut from the 2002-03 budget. The decision prompted Pete Calleja of Baldwin Avenue to "thank" the board for raising property taxes 2.5 mills (the equivalent of $248,000 in revenue) instead of using the money to roll back the 3-mill tax cut in the budget enacted in June. Here's how the board will spend the money:

$52,600: Restore an after-school tutoring program.

$138,750: Reinstate 31/4 elementary "special" (art, music and physical education) teaching positions.

$25,000: Reinstate two alternative education program aides.

$18,200: Reinstate a one-half middle school/high school music position.

$11,500: Reinstate marching band transportation, cleaning and equipment repair.

Source: Sharon City School District




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