Central Dauphin’s school board is on a course to adopt a property-tax hike for the sixth consecutive year.
School board members Richard Mazzatesta, Eric Esptein and Justin Warren said earlier this week that the board will discuss in June ways to reduce the proposed 2.8 percent tax increase.
The key meeting on this issue is scheduled for June 11, which is the only time the board will be in one room prior to gathering on June 25 to take a final vote on the nearly $200 million budget for the 2018-19 school year.
The Gazette will attempt to do a video interview with Mazzatesta and Epstein soon after the Memorial Day weekend to discuss the budget. They have been lobbying the board to hold the line on the tax rate this year.