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Niskayuna school district facing $3.8M budget gap

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The Niskayuna Central School District is facing a projected $3.8 million gap in its 2013-14 budget. Assistant Superintendent for Business Matt Bourgeois told the Board of Education on Monday that expenses are set to rise by $2.4 million. Revenues are dropping by $1.4 million, meanwhile, because of declining state aid. That leaves a budget hole unless the district increases the tax levy by more than the 2 percent state-mandated tax cap. “Budgets are going to ...


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