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Friday, December 19, 2014
Grant gives programs a boost in District 30
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Anne Marie Allocca/Herald
Dr. Nicholas Stirling made his first budget presentation as District 30 superintendent.

This May, a proposition requesting voter approval to replace ceilings, lighting and ventilation units at Forest Road School, and the installation of a new district-wide communication system, will be on the ballot. Since the fund was created, there is no borrowing needed or no additional cost to the taxpayer.

Stirling closed the meeting by encouraging the community to pay it forward and spread the word about voting.

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