Nearby property owners raise objections
A decision is expected at the two boards’ next joint meeting on March 21.
Grimm sued the Gloucester School Board after it passed a policy limiting restroom use to corresponding biological sex while offering alternatives for transgender students.
The proposed FY2018 plan would require an increase of $2,371,947 from the current local contribution.
The $14.34 million budget (which includes an increase of more than $850,000 in local funds) will be the topic of a public hearing at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
The board is also expected to make a decision on how it will advertise its tax rates for the coming year.
Information presented at board of supervisors meeting