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Niskayuna school district struggles as budget gap grows

State aid below hopes; residents resist cuts to programs they like

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What Niskayuna school officials had whittled down to a $36,000 gap in the 2012-13 budget has swelled to a half-million-dollar deficit because of lower-than-expected state aid and restoration of positions. The district found out last week when the state budget was approved that Niskayuna schools are getting about $327,000 less in aid than had been expected. Superintendent Susan Kay Salvaggio told the Board of Education Tuesday that based on its feedback, she has made some ...


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don
April 5, 2012
1:36 p.m.

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I would hope Ms. Salvaggio would forego a raise she just started with the district.

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