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Davis district budget includes no tax increase
by LOUISE R. SHAW
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FARMINGTON — Davis School District will not be asking for a tax increase this year and is not likely to seek a bond measure for further construction projects this year, according to district officials.

Board members met in a workshop session Tuesday (after Clipper deadlines), and heard from Craig Carter, business administrator, on the proposed budget for the 2014-15 school year.

General fund expenditures for the 2013-14 school year were $408 million and are projected at $415 for the coming year, he said.

Of that amount, 87 percent goes directly to student needs such as instructors, bus drivers, cooks, administrators and counselors.

The other 13 percent pays for support services such as human resources, accounting, curriculum and maintenance.

Board members were also to be given an update on what is left of the 2009 bond measure and what projects it can still finance.

The total funds expensed from from all budgets, including the capital outlay fund, the debt service fund, the student activities fund and others, is expected to total $558 million next year.

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