With $7.3M deficit, North Allegheny could look to nonprofits for revenue

Posted: December 26, 2013 in Community Information, Press Coverage
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Some North Allegheny school board members say it’s time to consider asking tax-exempt nonprofits to chip in to help balance the district’s budget, especially because a preliminary spending plan for 2014-15 is showing a $7.3 million deficit.

Board Vice President Tara Fisher is proposing payment-in-lieu-of-tax programs, agreements under which nonprofits and other organizations contribute to government entities.

“We’ve seen it work with other school districts, when there are nonprofit organizations that are within their borders,” said Fisher, one of three members who joined the board this month.

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