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Millions short

Schenectady school board seeks ways to cut $5.6 million

From left, Phil Steck, D-Colonie, Angelo SantaBarbara, D-Rotterdam, and Schenectady schools Superintendent Larry Spring held a press conference at Schenectady High School on Wednesday to discuss school aid.
From left, Phil Steck, D-Colonie, Angelo SantaBarbara, D-Rotterdam, and Schenectady schools Superintendent Larry Spring held a press conference at Schenectady High School on Wednesday to discuss school aid.
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Millions of dollars have flowed into the Schenectady City School District this week — but the district is still millions short for next year’s budget. And that means elementary art and music are still on the chopping block. After the state aid, promised funding from the city’s two assemblymen, and a proposed 1 percent tax increase, the Schenectady school district still has $5.6 million to cut. The school board spent a grim evening looking through ...


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