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Tax increase likely as district rejects pay hikes

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By Veno Chanda

The Anderson County School Board voted unanimously Monday to keep staff salaries in place for the coming fiscal year, with a step increase based on years of experience or service.

“It really saddens me that we keep asking more from you all and we can’t give you all more,” board member James Sargent said, before he was interrupted by fellow member Roger McDowell.

“It’s simple, Sarge,” he said. “We are probably one of the few boards in the state that doesn’t raise the tax rate 4 percent every single year.”


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