Hooksett’s proposed, default budgets call for $2m more in spending
Last week, the budget committee approved a proposed budget of $29,977,664 for next year, which is just slightly less than the recently announced default budget of 29,979,880.
“The changes the Budget Committee made to our budget were changes that we recently approved. I am happy no further changes were made because I understand the Budget Committee has to look at the whole pie, not just our budget. But as a School Board, we work hard to manage what the district needs while being fiscally responsible,” School Board Chairman Trisha Korkosz said.
She said that while the Budget Committee passed the School Board’s proposed budget, she has heard that Budget Committee Chairman Marc Miville is questioning how Lassard put together the default budget.
“It’s been very good working with the Budget Committee this year. It has been a very collaborative process, and they have been very respectful every time I have met with them. I can’t say I have had any issues,” Lessard said.
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