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Adams Finance Committee Approve Adams-Cheshire Budget

The Selectmen and Finance Committee on Monday reviewed an amended Adams-Cheshire Regional School District budget that has maintained a 1.77 percent increase.

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Adams-Cheshire School Committee Approves 2020 Budget

The Adams-Cheshire Regional School Committee voted Monday to certify a fiscal 2020 budget of $20,099,487 that represents a 1.77 percent increase.

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Adams-Cheshire Considers $20M Budget for Fiscal 2020

A public hearing on the budget was held last week and the School Committee is expected to vote on the budget next week.

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Adams-Cheshire School Officials Prepare For Budget Hearing

Business Manager Erika Snyder gave the School Committee a brief overview Monday of a budget that represents a 1.8 percent increase over fiscal 2019's $19,750,146 spending plan.

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Adams-Cheshire School Committee Approves Fiscal 2019 Budget

During a boilerplate budget hearing in the Hoosac Valley Elementary School auditorium Monday, the committee unanimously passed the uncontroversial spending plan that represents a $474,608 increase.

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Adams-Cheshire Readjusts Retiree Health Insurance Splits

With the help of a reimbursement from Berkshire Health Group, the Adams Cheshire Regional School District returned the retiree health insurance split to 75/25. After receiving nearly $200,000 in Berkshire Health Group Retiree Drug Subsidy Funds, the School Committee voted Monday to return their retiree health insurance split to 75/25 for non-Medex users and 67/33 for Medex.

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Adams, Cheshire Officials Review Regional School Budget

School, finance and select boards from both towns held a joint meeting on Wednesday at Hoosac Valley High School to review a preliminary fiscal 2019 budget that is up 1.46 percent overall.

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Cheshire Sees Adams-Cheshire Draft Budget for Fiscal 2019

The district unveiled its proposed budget Tuesday at the Cheshire Selectmen's meeting and said the town's allocation will increase 3.340 percent to continue the current trajectory of the district.

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