Randolph School Board cuts budget to keep taxes down
RANDOLPH — The Randolph School Board unanimously approved a total budget of $6.2 million during a public meeting on Sept. 16.
At, $6,225,416, the budget increased by five percent from the previous year.
A special building fund accounts for $281,000, and K-12 Bond(s) for $4,000, setting the general budget at $5,940,416.
The property tax request was approved at $3,501,730 for this year. That’s a number Supt. Jeff Hoesing said the district can be proud of.
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