The Altoona Area School District has a new budget.
Board members introduced their 2013-14 spending plan at their meeting Monday night. The $94-million budget does not raise real estate taxes, but board director Sharon Bream says she doesn’t like the fact that the district must borrow $4.2-million from its capital reserve account.
Bream says relief must come from lawmakers in Harrisburg.
Business manager Michelle Krebs tells WRTA News that raising taxes to the state index would have only generated about $600-thousand in additional revenue.
The budget will sit for 30 days before being formally adopted on June 3rd.
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