Over 900 residents sign petition asking for more money for schools

FFF said it expects over 250 individuals to attend the Nov. 20 supervisor’s meeting to support an “anticipated motion to allocate more funds to the schools.”

The FFF, which calls itself a grassroots movement, said the county has the funds necessary to “decrease the financial burden the recently approved furlough days will have on School Staff.” The school board voted to require furlough days for teachers to make up a approximate $300,000 budget shortfall.

The majority of the board have said they believe the schools are fully funded and that many residents, already reeling from a weak economy, need tax relief.

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