City: No tax hike, garbage fees may rise – Statesboro Herald


City: No tax hike, garbage fees may rise
Statesboro Herald
Statesboro residents and businesses will probably pay higher sanitation fees, but not higher city taxes or water and sewer rates, under the 2017-18 city budget. Meanwhile, city employees should see the completion of the phased-in raises begun under the ...

Fulton schools’ $1B budget has no new taxes – MDJOnline.com


MDJOnline.com

Fulton schools' $1B budget has no new taxes
MDJOnline.com
Fulton County residents can weigh in on a $1 billion budget – up from $952 million in fiscal 2017 – proposed for next school year. The Fulton County School System has set public hearings for April 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Asa G. Hilliard Elementary School ...

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Fulton schools’ $1B budget has no new taxes – MDJOnline.com


MDJOnline.com

Fulton schools' $1B budget has no new taxes
MDJOnline.com
Fulton County residents can weigh in on a $1 billion budget – up from $952 million in fiscal 2017 – proposed for next school year. The Fulton County School System has set public hearings for April 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Asa G. Hilliard Elementary School ...

5 things to know from DeKalb Schools’ monthly board meeting – Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta Journal Constitution

5 things to know from DeKalb Schools' monthly board meeting
Atlanta Journal Constitution
March 28, 2017, Stone Mountain: Bus driver Felicia Evans adjusts a side view mirror while performing a safety check on her bus before leaving the Gregory K. Davis Fleet Service Center at the DeKalb Schools Headquarters to make her afternoon run on ...

School board to vote on calendar, hold millage rate hearing – Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


School board to vote on calendar, hold millage rate hearing
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
The Muscogee County School Board will conduct the second of its three public hearings on the millage rate, which the administration has proposed to keep at 23.37 for the 21st year. The board meeting is at 6 p.m. Monday in the Muscogee County Public ...

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