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ASD ponders fiscal unknowns
While uncertainty looms over Armstrong School District‘s immediate fiscal future, the board of directors decided not to make any decision regarding its 2013-14 budget or a potential tax increase until later in the year. District business manager John Zenone presented the board with a preliminary budget of $97 million — up $11 million from this year — during a special meeting on Monday night in an effort to decide whether or not ASD foresees a need to exceed the state inflationary tax index before the Jan. 31 deadline.
Matching funds open governor's school at CMU
Obama’s three education references in inaugural speech
Reading the tea leaves for Newbery, Caldecott winners
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