Monday, March 27, 2017

Fairhope Schools Get Supplemental Funding From City

Fairhope, Alabama


The city council appropriated $349,085 according to the EAC's recommendations for supplemental funding for the five Baldwin County schools in the area.

School funding is one of the yearly "community development" items, funded by profits from the city's three utilities: water, electric and natural gas.

Items funded are in compliance with the recommendations of a study commissioned by the council last Spring, according to statements made during the council meeting.

In addition, the council approved funding of about $70K to provide a full time school resource officer: Sgt. Nolte.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We might as we'll just take a match to our money and burn it up rather than give it to the sneaky BaldwinSchool board!