CARMEL Voters next month will be asked to approve a budget for the 2012-13 school year that increases spending by almost 1.5 percent and the tax levy by almost 2 percent.
The latter number keeps the Carmel district below the cap established by the state. While the proposed $110.3 million spending plan cuts about six teaching positions, it also uses additional state aid to restore several other jobs.
Carmel Superintendent James Ryan characterized the proposal as a “reasonable, responsible budget” for the upcoming school year.
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