CREST SCHOOL BUDGET TRIMMED BY $600,000

The Wildwood Crest Board of Education has made significant cuts to its school budget. Superintendent of Schools Dennis Anderson, tells Coastal Broadcasting that over $600,000 has been taken out of the budget in response to certain cuts the state’s Department of Education required and local taxpayers requested. The cuts brought on by the board would bring the total school tax increase to 1.03 cents. The Board is holding a special meeting on April 13 to review and discuss the budget. It will be held at the Media Center of the Crest Memorial School at 5:30 p.m.

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