Tag: FY19

Gainesville Supervisor Proposes Levy to Eliminate School Trailers, Reduce Class Sizes

Gainesville Supervisor Proposes Levy to Eliminate School Trailers, Reduce Class Sizes

| April 4, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Supervisor Pete Candland (R-Gainesville) revealed a proposal that would create a new “School Capital Fund” that would eliminate school trailers countywide and reduce class sizes.

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UPDATED: PWCS School Board Approves FY19 Budget Plan without COLA Increase

UPDATED: PWCS School Board Approves FY19 Budget Plan without COLA Increase

| March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments | News

The PWCS School Board unanimously approved the FY 2019 Capital Improvements Program and school budget in the total amount of $1,508,716,252 on March 22.

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PWCS Markup Adds Security, Social Workers to FY19 Budget

PWCS Markup Adds Security, Social Workers to FY19 Budget

| March 15, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

The Prince William County School Board added funding for safety infrastructure improvements, new social workers, a few guidance counselors in its 2019 budget, but provided no COLA increases for teachers.

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Prince William County Executive Proposes Flat Tax Rate for FY 2019

Prince William County Executive Proposes Flat Tax Rate for FY 2019

| February 22, 2018 | 0 Comments | News

Prince William County Executive, Chris Martino, presented the Proposed Fiscal Year 2019 Budget to the Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday, Feb. 22. The proposed $1.6 billion all funds budget addresses the board’s strategic goals of maintaining a robust economy, keeping a safe and secure community, enhancing mobility throughout the county, assuring the wellbeing of the most vulnerable populations, and providing quality education and workforce development opportunities.

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PWC Gov. Says ‘Get Involved with Budget Process’

PWC Gov. Says ‘Get Involved with Budget Process’

| February 9, 2018 | 0 Comments | Community

Prince William County’s annual budget process is getting underway and there are several ways residents can be involved.

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