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as in a be recent action, members e>f the fire MORRISVILLE SCHOOL TAX RATE SET AT 25 MILLS Tentative Budget is Approved and Now on View to the Public PER CAPITA RATE IS $3.00 th*' The those of it is All pete last n, A. R. Mrs. the the MORRISVILLE, May 5 A 25 mill tax-rate and a per capita tax of $‘5 is provided for in the proposed budget >f the* School Board which has been ten tat iv ly adopted. This rate has jeon unchanged since 1933. The budget will bo on file in the chool administration off icé for in sped ion for the next 20 days, and finally adopted at a meeting of the board on May 31. I The proposed budget calls for ,$113,640. Of this amount, it is estimated estimated $62,134 will be received in cur- ed a just New 30 soven in rent real estate taxes; $27,000 from; the State; $1,800 from tuition; $S,859 < from per capita taxes, and $14,500 in: delinquent taxes. The cost of instruction, which in-1 eludes the salaries of teachers, is the. largest item of expense, listed at $70,925. Operation of the school buildings, buildings, which includes the salaries of the janitors, is given at $10,395; debt service, including retirement of bonds; and interest, $18,250. The cost of general control of the school system! i is $8,370, which includes salaries, of! ¡secretary, treasurer, tax collector,, ’.enumeration, auditors, postage, print- i ing atiel salary of supervising principal. principal. High Low

Clipped from The Bristol Daily Courier05 May 1939, FriPage 1

The Bristol Daily Courier (Bristol, Pennsylvania)05 May 1939, FriPage 1
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