Taxpayers in the Auburn Enlarged City School District got a closer look at the administrative and capital components of its upcoming budget.
Lisa Green told those in attendance at a meeting on Tuesday that the biggest increase over last year’s budget is a $1.1 million hike to debt service, according to The Citizen. They report that the budgeted 2019-20 amount of $4,585,583 was increased to $5,686,490 amount for 2020-21.
On the other hand, health insurance costs are decreasing for the district. In fact, Green reported at the meeting that the total cost for the upcoming budget cycle was decreasing by more than a million dollars.
No changes are expected to the district’s retirement plan.
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