Groton school officials and the town council will meet again Friday night at 6:30 to discuss the continuing education budget controversy.  Superintendent Michael Graner is hoping the council will restore half of a 5-point-2 million dollar cut in school funding the panel made, part of an overall 8-million dollar town spending cut, to avoid a substantial property tax increase.  Graner says if the funding restoration is made, property taxes would go up for the average homeowner by 77-dollars.  The two sides had a contentious budget discussion Wednesday night, with the superintendent daring the town council to reaffirm its spending cut.  Friday’s meeting is at the Groton Town Hall Annex.

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