Auditor says tax hike ‘only option’ for revenue

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District spent $662K more than budgeted for ‘12-13

By Meaghan Downs

Her message has been the same for all eight school districts Denise Keene audited for the ’12-13 fiscal year — raise local school taxes in 2014 or be in danger of low levels of funding next year.
Keene, in her report of the Anderson County school district’s audit of last year’s finances, said she’s very serious about recommending districts take a 4 percent revenue increase every year to maintain budgets because of projected state and federal funding cuts.

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