Wednesday, May 30, 2012

P-G: Tax hike, funding, job cuts, tap of reserves characterize plan in Mt. Lebanon

After a months-long budget-making process some of them said was their most difficult to date, Mt. Lebanon school directors approved a final 2012-13 spending plan Monday night that will raise the property tax rate by a half mill and includes $850,000 in program and staff cuts.

No teachers will be furloughed in the $80.6 million budget, but the district will furlough one 10-month secretary, six part-time library clerks and one high school library clerk. The millage increase will mean an extra $50 a year for a home valued at $100,000, and the total millage is 27.13 mills.

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