LI school districts propose tax hikes across the board

Long Island school districts proposed an average tax increase of 4.72 percent, according to figures released Tuesday in the School District Property Tax Report Cards 2007-2008. The average proposed

News 12 Staff

Apr 25, 2007, 2:54 AM

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Long Island school districts proposed an average tax increase of 4.72 percent, according to figures released Tuesday in the School District Property Tax Report Cards 2007-2008.
The average proposed tax increase in Suffolk County is even higher, coming in at 5.28 percent. Nassau school districts, meanwhile, propose an average hike of 4.22 percent.
Several school districts asked residents to approve double-digit tax hikes, with Bridgehampton Union Free School District leading the charge at 38.69 percent. Plainedge budgeted for Nassau's largest increase at 9.33 percent.
Click here for the entire School District Property Tax Report Card 2007-2008


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