Accessing the District Budget Document on our Website

Trouble accessing files on our website? Here is some information that may be helpful.

We have heard from customers who have been having difficulty accessing our District budget document on our website. 

Here is a direct link to our budget document:  http://www.sammplat.wa.org/DistrictBudget.pdf

Our Internet Services Department offers this information to help you to access the file:

Customers using Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox as their browsers may have trouble viewing our files.  Our IS Department recommends searching using Internet Explorer. Please go to the following links for more information:  http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/775819
and https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/pdf-files-are-blank-and-cant-be-downloaded-mac

Customers using Apple products such as Macintosh computers or iPads also appear to be having problems.  See the above links for
more information.

As an alternative, you can right-click the link in Internet Explorer and select
“Save target as” (in Google Chrome click “save link as”). The file that displays
will be “DistrictBudget.pdf.”

Adobe Reader must be installed on your computer to view the file.

The District’s budget document is a very large file (9MB) so it may take some time to download. If customers are attempting to access the document with a slow connection, it may time out.

If at any time you cannot access our files, please call Janet Sailer at (425) 392-6256 x 204 and I will be sure to email or mail a hard copy of the budget to you.  We apologize for any inconveniences customers may have accessing our files.  Thank you for your patience!

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