COLUMBIA — So much seems to hang on the outcome of the April 8 tax levy increase. After making $5.2 million in annual budget cuts Thursday, the Columbia Public School district turned its attention to cutting more. If the levy fails, school board members say they will have to cut at least $5 million more from the budget, meaning fewer jobs, reduced teacher stipends and increased class sizes.
With tax levy approval uncertain, school board looks at future cuts
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