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Unformatted text preview: -Ithaca City School District tap into system increased annual payments to cover grad students who live on-campus (w/o property tax payments) yet send children to local public schools payments led to higher student housing rates = cost to students high student housing rates, increased financial aid = cost to university-delay would have substantially added to cost structure-succeeded in imposing significant legal and public relations costs to the university, paid out of revenues the university generated-benefits will be smaller than otherwise b/c some economic benefits are shared with the City and the school district, and other benefits were reduced by the extra legal and public relations costs-main idea: reductions in savings are borne by students and faculty...
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- Fall '07