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Schenectady school board rolls back some budget cuts

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Kindergartners would get some art and music, and Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary School wouldn’t close immediately under the latest Schenectady school budget proposal. The $158 million spending plan now includes a 1 percent tax levy increase, which would add $22.45 to the typical homeowner’s tax bill, for an annual total of $2,198. The tax increase would be enough to undo portions of the most controversial cuts. Among those changes, Superintendent Laurence Spring proposed adding a ...


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