Board of education to vote on budget Monday

The Whitehall Board of Education will consider Monday a budget that increases spending but stays within the two-percent tax cap.

Business Manager Joe Karas said the district has put together a preliminary budget for the 2014-2015 school year that, if approved, would increase spending by approximately 5 percent.

Karas said the money would be used to address academic issues. He said officials are eyeing the reinstatement of some positions that have been eliminated in previous years as well as [...]

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