Holley school budget would raise taxes 1.35%
HOLLEY – The Board of Education on Monday approved a $24,500,000 budget for 2017-18, which represents a 0.41 percent spending increase over this year.
The budget would increase property taxes by 1.35 percent, which is below the district’s tax cap, the district said in a news release.
The budget goes before voters on May 16, when they will also elect members of the Board of Education. Voting is from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Holley Middle School/High School Foyer.
Budget information will be available soon on the district website at www.holleycsd.org and in the budget newsletter mailed to residents in May.
“I thank the Board for approving the 2017-18 budget, and I am also appreciative of the collaborative effort put forth by the Board and the administrative team,” said District Superintendent Robert D’Angelo. “Our goal was to create a budget that was both educationally sound, as well as fiscally responsible, for the community, and we certainly accomplished that.”