PORT CHARLOTTE — The Charlotte County School Board will hold the first public hearing on the tentative budget for the 2012-13 school year.
Because the $242 million budget is about $3.3 million less than last year, residents are likely to see a 2 percent increase in their millage rate, while district departments can expect tightened spending allocations. There will also be 68 fewer district positions than last year.
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