The meeting extended past midnight.
OFAC's investigation is still ongoing.
Northeast School teachers discussed "what is working and what is not working."
The school tax levy for 2014-15 totals $101,492,086 — a 4.08 percent increase rather than a 4.41 percent one.
There was over two hours of public comment,
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The meeting ended less than ninety minutes after it began, with a second BoSE meeting scheduled for Monday, March 31
Budget that would add services and increase taxes 4.41 percent.
Proposing a $1 million upgrade to classroom technology.
Sharing the pros and cons.
Options of a 2 - 6 percent increase in the tax levy were discussed.
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All in, the fees are nearly $130,000.
"Assessmentgate" remains anonymous, but will provide the board with information under oath.
The closed meeting prompted local education activists to address the council in the public comment section of the council meeting.