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Budgets and Budgeting

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  • East Hartford School Board Approves Shared Services Task Force

    EAST HARTFORD — The Board of Education voted at a special meeting Wednesday to create a task force charged with saving money by finding services that the school district and the town can share. The task force will be composed of three school...
  • UConn Poised To Approve $1.18 Billion Budget That Includes 6.5 Percent Tuition Hike

    UConn Poised To Approve $1.18 Billion Budget That Includes 6.5 Percent Tuition Hike
    The University of Connecticut Board of Trustees is poised to approve a $1.18 billion budget that includes a 6.5 percent tuition increase, more faculty and boosts financial aid and enrollment. The trustees are expected to vote Wednesday on a proposed...
  • "UNACCEPTABLE": Gov's office, House, quarrel over office breach

    "UNACCEPTABLE": Gov's office, House, quarrel over office breach
    I know you have wondered: Can this Medicaid fight get any wilder? The answer is yes. From scoop machine Jim Nolan at the Richmond Times-Dispatch: At the urging of House Speaker William J. Howell, the clerk’s office of the House of Delegates...
  • Orland fire district's pay still high

    Orland fire district's pay still high
    Three years ago, the president of a large southwest suburban fire district made waves by publicly flogging two dozen of his own firefighters for each costing taxpayers more than $200,000 annually in pay and benefits. But a Tribune investigation has...
  • Swiss agree to widen cooperation with France on tax evasion

    BERNE (Reuters) - France and Switzerland agreed on Wednesday to cooperate more closely on French efforts to crack down on citizens with hidden Swiss bank accounts to root out tax dodgers and cheats. Countries around the world are trying to crack down...
  • Enfield Council, Residents Discuss Charter Revision Proposals

    ENFIELD — At a public hearing Monday on recommendations by the charter revision commission, residents and town council members focused on two concerns: a public vote on the town budget and resident's ability to submit petitions. Of the 13 residents...
  • City's cable-access relaunches with HGTV-style fare, increased budget

    City's cable-access relaunches with HGTV-style fare, increased budget
    On Wednesday, Baltimore will relaunch its publicly owned TV station, shifting its focus from broadcasts of government meetings to CharmTV, a showcase for city restaurants, businesses and neighborhoods. City leaders see an opportunity to counteract...
  • Legislature must end red-light camera scam

           Like the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida Supreme Court often breaks along political lines on big rulings. With red-light cameras, however, conservative, moderate and liberal justices found legal harmony.        Last week, the court ruled 5-2...
  • UConn Trustees Approves $1.2 Billion Budget That Includes 6.5 Percent Tuition Hike

    UConn Trustees Approves $1.2 Billion Budget That Includes 6.5 Percent Tuition Hike
    STORRS — The University of Connecticut Board of Trustees unanimously approved an almost $1.2 billion budget for next year that includes a 6.5 percent tuition increase, more faculty and boosts financial aid and enrollment. Next year's budget is 4....
  • L.A. Unified budget to shift millions to needy students

    L.A. Unified budget to shift millions to needy students
    The Los Angeles Board of Education is set to vote Tuesday on a landmark budget that shifts hundreds of millions of new dollars to the district’s neediest students. Buoyed by more state dollars from a voter-approved tax hike and recovering economy,...
  • Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes

    Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes
    Like a five-star high school recruit in his senior year, college athletics is at a crossroads. Pressure from current players, former players and lawsuits means a system of paying college students to play sports is finally getting serious attention....