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The Marion County Board of Education approved the 2013-14 tentative budget during a special called meeting last week. The $29.3 million budget includes a four percent tax rate increase. But, based on comments from several school board members, that rate increase isn’t necessarily going to fly with them this year.
“It just seems like every year we keep increasing and increasing and we keep getting cut and cut and it falls on the taxpayers of Marion County,” Board Vice Chairman Ed Hacker said.
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