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School board gets second look at its budget

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No raises included in preliminary plan

By Todd Martin

The Shelby County Board of Education will take the next step in the 2011-12 budget process by voting on the tentative budget at its meeting Thursday.

Superintendent James Neihof told the board May 12 that the budget is balanced but implied that it is tight and that some decisions are still left to be made, including salary increases.

As of now, he told them, there are no salary increases included, but that could change.

Neihof told the board that there are “some options” he would present to them that do include salary increases.


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