Newsday: Long Island school tax hike proposals at 40-year low

Newsday reports the average proposed increase for Long

Newsday reports the average proposed increase for Long Island school districts next year is 1.83 percent, down from the 3.27 percent average increase that districts approved for the current school year. (March 21, 2014 6:31 PM)

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A Newsday report says Long Island school tax hikes being proposed for next year are at a 40-year low.

According to Newsday, the average proposed increase for Long Island school districts next year is 1.83 percent. That is down from the 3.27 percent average increase that districts approved for this current school year.

Some school administrators say local school districts are feeling...

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