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Schenectady school board eyes arts, music cuts

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Schenectady school board members began taking a hard look at cuts Wednesday, but even with making some painful choices, they’re still $4.5 million short. Their goal is to get to a budget of $181.7 million. The district needs to cut $10.3 million in total to create a balanced budget, after paying for contractual raises, health insurance and pension increases, and other unavoidable costs. The cuts proposed so far include reducing art and music for grades ...


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safny
March 27, 2014
6:21 a.m.

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These people should all QUIT - you suckered the taxpayers into agreeing to the capitol improvements by promising no new taxes, then you say well we have to cut everything else. What a joke. No wonder no one wants to live here or send their kids to these schools.

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