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Ready to vote: School budgets, board seats up Tuesday

May 19, 2013

OBSERVER Staff Report On Tuesday, area residents will head to the polls to vote on their local school budget, board members and other possible school-related referendums....

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commentor

May-19-13 7:16 AM

Yes we are all staying within the allowed percentage of increase. That translates to we are spending all we can. Shame on all of you. Everyone should vote NO and send the message to make the necessary cuts. Stop gouging taxpayers for all you possibly can. Board members running unopposed another huge problem. NO NO NO NO NO on Tuesday!!!!

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Steiner

May-19-13 9:22 AM

Commentor has got it right. remember the teachers union opposes the tax cap. Children are their future. To make children ignorant, darwinian and democrat is the goal of our schools. Vote no .

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concerned

May-19-13 7:27 PM

While I support the "no" vote sadly if the budget is shot down they fall back on the contingency budget which is only a few thousand dollars less. Then they make cuts not to over board teacher pays or benefits or administration but programs for the kids this is why nothing changes and the taxpayer suffers!!!

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roberta2

May-20-13 7:08 AM

FREDONIA --Has not every tryed to cut any thing --they dont care and as long as the rich folks keep say yes the board will not even try--VOTE -NO VOTE NO

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thatsucks

May-20-13 5:48 PM

Everyone should look at the Fredonia budget, the 2012-2013 property tax levy and the 2013-2014 property tax levy is the same if the budget is voted down twice, Contingency budget, 0 percent increase on property taxes if voted down twice. $436,780 The budget needs to be voted down.

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