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    Supervisors to take budget action Wednesday night

    Loudoun's Board of Supervisors is poised to adopt a nearly $2 billion budget for fiscal 2015 during its business meeting Wednesday night.

    Supervisors are expected to hold taxes steady for the average homeowner with a property tax rate of $1.155 per $100 in assessed value. That figure is troubling for educators and advocates of Loudoun County Public Schools because it leaves a more than $35 million allocation shortfall for the school system's budget.

    The public meeting begins at 4 p.m. at the county government center in Leesburg and can be viewed online through http://www.Loudoun.gov/webcast.

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    The only action these supervisors take is bribes from developers

    LTM: You may want to fix the link to the webcast.

    And isn’t the LCSB a proposed increase also? Overpaid, over-benefited at 60k average plus benefits for part time work. Fire them all and privatize the school system.

    oranges… you do realize that the governor only PROPOSED a raise, don’t you? It hasn’t actually been incorporated into the state budget. That’s his attempt to gain support to pass a budget with expanded Medicaid. You might want to hold your indignation for something more substantial than simply a proposal.

    Did the governor already propose a 2% raise for teachers? That’s enough!

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