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Mohonasen budget outlook not so grim . . . maybe

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A state academic performance grant, a small state aid increase and the maximum tax increase allowed under the state tax cap might shrink the Mohonasen Central School District’s potential budget gap for the 2013-2014 school year to less than $500,000. Just maintaining the current programs and staff would result in more than a $2.5 million increase over this year’s roughly $44 million spending plan, according to district Business Administrator Chris Ruberti. However, some additional revenue ...


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