Our Business Manager, Joe Paradise, has locked himself in a room the past couple of weeks as he feverishly tries to find ways of trimming the budget, and we're expecting to see a semi-final recommendation from him at our next meeting on Tuesday, April 28th. It will then be up to the Board to accept or reject his recommendations as we move towards the June meeting where the final budget is to be ratified. Mr. Paradise's words at this week's public meeting serve as a warning of what is ahead . . . "There will be something for everyone to hate in this budget."
This is going to be one of those meetings you should not miss, and I cannot emphasize strongly enough how important it is for YOU to be there IN PERSON. This is more than a meeting about budget gaps and Act 1 limits - this meeting is really about the future of Neshaminy's children, and they deserve your support.