The Hollidaysburg Area School Board has introduced their 2013-14 budget.
The proposed $43.7-million spending plan does not include a real estate tax increase – but it leaves the district with a $450-thousand shortfall. Board members managed to shave off another $600-thousand before making the introduction.
Some residents expressed concern about the finances of the district and the looming pension crisis. The budget will leave some open teaching positions vacant. The budget will sit for 30 days before being formally adopted on June 30th.
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