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Budget aims to return Fonda-Fultonville district to firm footing

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Fonda-Fultonville’s proposed 2013-14 school budget marks the end of a year of near-constant cuts and financial distress. The $24.4 million proposed budget is set for a public vote May 21. If it passes, interim Superintendent Raymond Colucciello said the district will be solvent for the first time in years. “It’s a budget the district can afford and gives the students what they need,” he said. “It strikes that crucial balance.” District Treasurer Carey Shultz, who ...

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