School can’t set rate, moves surplus

DOVER - The Dover School Board reviewed an audit from Sullivan & Powers at its meeting on Monday. 
“The long and the short of the audit is we were $70,000 to the good,” said chair Rich Werner. “So (treasurer) Marco (Tallini) will transfer $70,000 into the capital reserve fund at some point.” 
At Town Meeting, voters approved articles to put any surplus into the capital reserve fund and to use the fund to help keep the school tax rate relatively level. 

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