Budget Cuts Looming For Greensburg Schools

July 25, 2014
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Greensburg Schools could see an 0.8 percent budget cut from last year.

Greensburg Schools could see an 0.8 percent budget cut from last year.

GREENSBURG — Greensburg Community Schools could likely see a budget cut of approximately $200,000 for next school year.

Superintendent Tom Hunter told the school board that corporation would advertise a budget of $26.4 million, opposed to $26.6 million last year, according to the Greensburg Daily News.

Hunter expects tax rate, which help determine property tax bills, to be on par with last year.

The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance will either approve or deny the corporations advertised budget.

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