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THE ISSUE: County School tax increase
OUR VIEW: An investment in the future
There never is a good time for public officials to consider a tax increase. Even a small one.
But as headlines scream daily about national and global economic turmoil, declining business and spreading unemployment, and Kentucky state officials scramble desperately to compensate for a projected $456.1 million revenue shortfall, that's exactly what members of the Hardin County Schools Board find themselves doing.
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