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Saratoga Springs school budget plan cuts jobs, increases taxes by 4 percent

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The Saratoga Springs City School District is facing a challenging 2013-14 budget year, with spending projected to increase from $109.7 million to $113.2 million and the tax levy increasing nearly 4 percent. “It’s not ideal but is certainly something we can manage,” said district Superintendent Michael Piccirillo. The district expects to cut 15 teaching and support staff positions in the next school year, but will do it through attrition, as it has done over the ...


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