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Deficit in school budget ‘not as bad’ as anticipated

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By Kathryn Jacewicz, Staff writer

BOLIVIA—Brunswick County school officials think the final budget for the 2010-2011 fiscal year will not be as bad as anticipated.

The district’s preliminary budget included about $4 million in state reductions, which included a discretionary reduction and another estimated three percent reduction. Freyja Cahill, executive finance officer, said the state opted to use lottery money to help save teacher jobs throughout the state, and the three percent reduction is not set to take place this fiscal year.


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