D.C. mayor wants tax windfall to go to school construction

Sept. 7, 2007
Washington government has collected an additional $100 million in tax revenue this year.

The Washington, D.C., government expects to collect $100 million in additional tax revenue this year, and Mayor Adrian M. Fenty wants to spend much of the windfall on upgrading city school buildings and buying out hundreds of school employees in a purge of the central office.

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