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The Blue Ridge School Board workshop on September 22 started off a little early with a colloquy on tax law for the schools' various booster clubs. It had recently come to the attention of the Board and the Administration that some of the booster clubs were sharing tax identification numbers (TIN). That's a no-no. A TIN is assigned to a corporate entity subject to the Federal Internal Revenue Code (IRS). Booster clubs would ordinarily fall under section 501(c)(3) of the Code as non-profit organizations that collect and disburse funds for the benefit of student athletes. At Blue Ridge, because the booster clubs each operate independently, they are required to have separate TINs, and the District is preparing to enforce the policy.
As it has for the last decade or so, the Odd Fellows Hall in Harford village was a topic of spirited discussion at the township Supervisors' meeting on September 23rd. And, as has also been the case for the last decade or so, nothing was decided about it. This time the matter both opened and closed the session.
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