The holidays won’t be all fun and games for Mathews school superintendent David Holleran and business and finance director Kristi Anthony, as the pair will have some work to do over the winter break once they receive the preliminary 2014-2015 state budget figures.
Public involvement in next year’s budget process got underway during Tuesday night’s school board meeting, which was held in the Mathews High School media center, as employees and members of the community were given the opportunity to submit requests for the coming year.
Although no one spoke, the public will get several more opportunities to have their input in the budget as it gets developed over the next couple of months.
Very preliminarily, Holleran said that he’s gotten indications that any additional state funding may be offset by a request for higher contributions to the Virginia Retirement System rates. But until he gets a complete breakdown from Richmond in t...
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