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Schools face budget woes

While The DeKalb County Board of Education cut more than $113,000 from its budget proposal in a workshop Thursday evening, the deficit for the 2013-14 proposal still demands that more than $1.4 million be drawn from reserves to balance the plan.
The $20.6 million proposed spending plan was approved by the school board in a special-called meeting Thursday night after the workshop, and must now be sent back to the county commission's budget committee for approval.
The school board made the cuts after the county budget committee made it clear in a recent work session that ...

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