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Jersey Shore OK’s no tax hike budget

June 26, 2013

JERSEY SHORE — Jersey Shore Area School Board unanimously approved a $36 million budget that includes no increase in real estate taxes....

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Jul-01-13 11:51 AM

SallDad- No confession given here-Just happy that the district's plan has worked. Please don't read more into my post, nor try to spin more into something that CLEARLY isn't there. Andy regarding your post-Need I say more?

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Jun-29-13 6:38 AM

Clearly...SOMEONE...didn't care to hear or read the truth!!!!!...too bad. The truth will always win in the end! This is especially true for those that didn't care for a light to shine on THEM. You can have my comments long as you continue, so will I!

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Jun-28-13 7:26 PM

What saga is that ValleyDad987?

So to wipe your slate clean, you are using this medium as a springboard confessional? It is never acceptable to shot the messengers let alone 'accidentally' mame a few district employees in the process. Two wrongs do not make anything right. Whether in a courtroom, on a battlefield, or even at a school board meeting. Honesty is always the best policy and the sooner all of you grown adults figure that out, the better. Remember, liars always get what they ask for and then some. That goes for paid employees, as well as, volunteers alike.

Pointing my fingers in the shape of a steeple. This district is worth more then a saga and so is our community.

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Jun-27-13 2:23 PM

The song "gotta give credit where credit is due". I am pleased that the taxpayers of the entire district do not have to burden a tax increase. Although, I would have personally accepted a slight increase to keep Nippenose open. With that said, the entire district taxpayers should be relieved. Maybe when the project is completed, children are settled in, all will go back to normal. I would also like to commend the District's office personnel and management who worked so hard throughout this process and took some un-necessary criticism throughout the saga.

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Jun-26-13 9:02 AM

Sorry, should be "Board Members"

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Jun-26-13 8:52 AM

Great Job Board Member. To all the Board Members whom were out at the poles last month running for re-election, I guess you were telling the truth to the voters! I'm wondering what all the voters think NOW! School closed, no tax increase, I can't wait for the REAL ELECTION in October. Write in Allowed? JERSEY SHORE - Jersey Shore Area School Board unanimously approved a $36 million budget that includes no increase in real estate taxes. The spending plan eliminates the per capital tax, translating to about $60,000 in lost revenues. But with the closing of Nippenose Elementary School, the district hopes to realize much greater savings overall in expenditures. Overall, the budget is expected to show a fund balance of $5.7 million.

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