Southwest Wake News

May 20, 2014 10:36 AM

Wake's budget proposal tops $1 billion, waits for state action on teacher raises

Wake County's proposed budget tops $1 billion, with increased funding for education of $10 million, but no money set aside for teachers raises, waiting for action by North Carolina legislators. The budget includes a property tax increase of 4.4 cents to pay for the school system's capital improvement program.

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