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December 10, 2004

  • News: Elmont School District Residents See 14.82 Percent Tax Increase

    At a recent protest in front of One West Street in Mineola, some residents complained that their taxes have reached a point where they can barely afford to live in Nassau County. Some said they would consider moving if taxes keep going up. A large portion of the tax problem, the way some residents see it, is school taxes as school districts and boards of education put up budgets for public vote each year with inevitable increases. FULL STORY

  • News: Elmont Board of Education Calls for School Finance Summit

    Hearing and understanding the frustration expressed by local homeowners who received fall property tax bills with increases beyond those required by school budgets, the Elmont Board of Education passed a resolution at its November public meeting to reach out to Nassau County School District representatives and convene a School Finance Summit. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: School Salaries Are Too High

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