The Fulton City School District Board of Education held its reorganization meeting July 9. The Fulton Board of Education re-elected David Cordone as president, Dan Pawlewicz as vice president and Barbara Hubbard as board clerk. The board of education further made the following appointments: banks, Community Bank to collect taxes, school attorney: Ferrara Law Firm,(…)
Fulton Board of Education
by Nicole Reitz The Fulton Board of Education adopted its $65.26 million budget Tuesday night, making it one of the first local districts to approve its budget for the 2013-14 academic year. However, the budget was not adopted unanimously. Four voted yes, two voted no and one abstained. Board members Fred Cavalier and Brian Hotaling(…)
by Nicole Reitz The Fulton Board of Education has a new president. David Cordone was elected as president. He replaces Robbin Griffin, who lost her school-board seat in the May election. Fred Cavalier was also elected as the new board clerk. He replaces clerk Brian Hotaling. Rosemary Occhino will remain on as the board’s vice(…)
by Nicole Reitz Robbin Griffin, a 21-year member of the Fulton Board of Education, said goodbye to her fellow colleagues during Tuesday’s meeting. Griffin’s three-year term ends June 30. She will be replaced by former board member Dan Pawlewicz, who will rejoin the table next month. Griffin first ran for a seat on the school(…)
by Nicole Reitz Residents of the Fulton school district will have the opportunity to vote Tuesday on the school district’s budget proposal. The Fulton Board of Education approved a $62.39 million tentative budget April 10. The budget is $2.15 million increase from the current year budget. The budget is supported by an increase of $1.2(…)
by Nicole Reitz After four months of meetings and reviewing the school district’s spending habits, Fulton Board of Education members unanimously approved the tentative budget for the 2012-2013 school year. Superintendent Bill Lynch and Business Administrator Kathy Nichols outlined the spending plan, which includes a 1.9 percent tax levy increase.
by Nicole Reitz Audience members heard more of the same during Tuesday’s meeting of the Fulton Board of Education. The school district is looking to fill $556,384 in its budget and is waiting for additional state aid. The first draft of Fulton’s 2012-2013 budget shows an increase of 3.37 percent or a $2 million change(…)