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School Board to Adopt 2013 Millage Rates on June 28

Board will meet via teleconference on Thursday.

The Fulton County Board of Education will meet June 28 via teleconference for a called board meeting. Among other items, the board will discuss and adopt millage rates for FY 2013.

All meetings of the school board are open to the public unless designated as executive session where, by law, the board must convene in private to discuss land, legal or personnel items. Any vote resulting from executive session discussion, however, will occur in an open public setting.

The teleconference will begin at 10 a.m. in the superintendent’s conference room at the school system’s Administrative Center, located at 786 Cleveland Avenue SW in Atlanta.

Just Nasty and Mean June 26, 2012 at 08:30 PM
The Fulton Co. School board had better get the message---Taxpayers are already SICK-AND-TIRED of their tax-and-spend antics. Like the rest of America, including their constituents---the economy is in BAD, BAD shape and so are family budgets. The Fulco School Board already has a pot-full-of-money to spend with the bloated, massive, $1Billion E-SPLOST to spend. And via property taxes, well over 50% of the tax bill are for schools! I realize these are different budgets--but these tin ears need to hear this! ENOUGH! ENOUGH! ENOUGH!! NO NEW TAXES! Taxed ENOUGH Already!
Roswell Parent June 28, 2012 at 02:26 AM
I agree. The Fulton County School budget is already at $1.1 BILLION dollars. Over $10,000 per kid to be one of the last in the nation. This is not an issue more money will solve. We need more leadership.

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