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School District Proposes Program, Staff Cuts to Save Money

April 9, 2014

Valley City Public School Board members address an audience of about 150 at the Hi-Liner Activity Center Monday during a special meeting to discuss the district's financial picture.

During a special meeting Monday, the Valley City Public School Board and administrators spoke to an audience of about 150 at the Hi-Liner Activity Center, discussing ways the district could cut $600,000 from the general fund and get its interim balance back up to 10 percent by making cuts to staff and programs.
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