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By Kyle Lawson
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Gateway School Board last week created a three-person committee to seek new revenue sources for the district.

The committee chairman is school director Chad Stubenbort, who has voiced concern with recent tax increases approved by municipal and school officials.

“The purpose of the committee is to think outside of the box and for us to find additional revenue sources in the district, so that ultimately when we get back in to the budget process, we don't have to discuss raising taxes,” Stubenbort said.

The committee also includes school directors Stephanie Byrne and Neal Nola. Each of the committee members was elected to the school board for the first time last year.

Stubenbort asked residents and business owners in Monroeville and Pitcairn to contact committee members with ideas for additional revenue sources.

Board member email addresses are listed at www.gatewayk12.com/BoardofSchoolDirectors.aspx.

Kyle Lawson is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8755, or klawson@tribweb.com.

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