City Budget Talks Resume; Library Still in Mayor’s Sights

THE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL RESUMES WORK ON THE BUDGET TODAY(MON);

 

MEMBERS WILL HOLD A WORK SESSION AND MAYOR SHANE MCCAMPBELL SAYS HE’LL TRY AGAIN TO CUT THE LIBRARY’S SPENDING PLAN. THE COUNCIL WILL ALSO HEAR THE BURLINGTON BEES’ PROPOSAL FOR A REDUCTION IN FUNDING. THIS(MON) AFTERNOON’S MEETING IS AT 4:30 AND WILL BE HELD ON THE THIRD FLOOR OF CITY HALL. IT’S OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

 
THE BURLINGTON SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TONITE(MON) AT 7 AND WILL DECIDE WHETHER TO SELL THE SITE OF THE OLD WASHINGTON SCHOOL TO THE CROSSROADS COMMUNITY CHURCH. THE 3.6-ACRE PROPERTY AT AGENCY & CURRAN IS NOW EMPTY AND THE CHURCH IS OFFERING 105-THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR IT. ALSO ON THE AGENDA FOR TONITE’S(MON) MEETING IS A 1-THOUSAND-80 HOUR CALENDAR PROPOSAL. BEGINNING WITH THE 2014-15 YEAR, DISTRICTS MAY CHOOSE DAYS OR HOURS BY WHICH TO MEASURE THEIR SCHOOL YEAR.

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