In a surprising move, supervisors ask school board to find a way to pay for 3% salary increases in 2012.
By Brian Funk, Editor
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 7:00 am (Updated: April 2, 12:09 pm)
HILLSVILLE — Carroll supervisors gave the county school board a homework assignment on Monday night — figure out how to use surplus funds carried over from this fiscal year to pay for a 3 percent salary increase for all employees.
School board members and administrators came before the supervisors Monday night to present Carroll’s proposed education budget for 2011-2012.
Before the meeting, Schools Superintendent Greg Smith noted that this was to be the third consecutive spending plan without a salary increase.
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