HARRISON, N.Y. -- The approval of the 2013-14 Harrison school budget tops this week's news.
- Harrison voters approved the budget in Tuesday's election with 1,385 votes in favor and 553 against. The $108 million budget is 3.64 percent increase over last year.
- Harrison received a $370,000 grant from FEMA this week, which will be used to cover the costs of debris removal after Hurricane Sandy.
- Several Westchester officials, including Harrison Superintendent Lou Wool, joined together Thursday to launch a new coalition , Stop Albany From Taking Our Power. The movement hopes to reduce unfunded state mandates and ease the burden on municipalities, schools and taxpayers.
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