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By the BladenOnline Team

The Bladen County Board of Education held a special meeting on Monday, September 19, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in order to review and approve the 2022-2023 initial budgets and other financial business items.

The Board approved a resolution for Bladen County’s installment financing for the acquisition of the Tar Heel facilities, and they approved the BCBOE State Public School Funds Proposed Budget, the current BCBOE expense proposed budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023, the BCBOE Capital Outlay Fund Proposed Budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023 and the BC Child Nutrition Fund Proposed Budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023, and last but not least the BC Other Special Revenue Fund Budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023.

“These are the budgets we have received as of today from the state and the federal, and also the funding that we have received so far for the other special revenue. We are asking approval for these budgets,” Susan Harrison with Bladen County Schools stated before the Board members.

All items on the agenda were approved unanimously with no discussion from the Board members.

BC Proposed budgets that were approved may be viewed by clicking the links below.

2022-2023 Bladen County Schools LOCAL BUDGET PROPOSED

2022-2023 Bladen County Schools State Budget Proposal

2022-2023 Bladen County Schools Federal Budget Proposal2022-2023

Bladen County Schools Capital Outlay Proposed Budget

2022-2023 Bladen County Schools Capital Outlay Proposed Budget

Bladen County Schools Other Special Revenue Proposed Budget

The meeting was held in the Board Room at the District Administration Building and published on the Bladen Livestream YouTube Channel.

Special note –
The meeting was first scheduled to be completed on September 22, 2022; however, the Board announced the meeting date changed over Bladen County Schools’ social media on Friday, September 16, 2022, after 5 p.m. The BladenOnline team has requested Bladen County Schools representatives email all public notices pertaining to Public School business to the BladenOnline team at bladenonline.com@gmail.com for publication to the public 48 hours in advance.

Public Meeting Notice Requirements: A key component of the open meetings law is the requirement to provide advance notice of meetings. The statute6 requires that each public body give public notice of its official meetings, even those that will be conducted in closed session. These requirements apply to meetings of the governing Board, to meetings of each appointed Board, and to meetings of each committee of any of these boards. READ MORE

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