Instead of a giveback, District 2 offered spending ideas
RICHMOND – Some Nippersink District 2 parents don’t want their money back. They want to see the money go toward security and a laundry list of proposals.
The school board had been considering an abatement, on top of a flat levy, to give back some of $10.4 million the district has in reserve.
Some board members and the superintendent said the district can afford the improvements suggested at Tuesday’s meeting plus an abatement. Others said they want to see a long-term plan and how much proposals would cost before they start giving back money.
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