N.H. city council's plan to manage school finances hits snag

01/29/2013 | Concord Monitor (N.H.)

A proposal by the Franklin, N.H., City Council to consolidate financial management of the school district with that of the city has hit a roadblock because of a lack of communication between the council and the school board. The plan is meant to increase efficiency and lighten the burden on taxpayers, but the school board's finance committee must approve the plan before it can move forward.

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