Parents ask D-2 to wait on abatement
RICHMOND – More than 250 parents signed a petition asking the Nippersink District 2 school board to hold off on issuing a tax abatement.
The school board is set to vote on whether to issue an abatement – and if it does, how much it would be for – at tonight’s meeting.
The district has nearly $10.4 million in reserves, an increase of $1.7 million from last year, which is why some of the board members said they think, given the economy, the district should give some of the money back.
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