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Somerville School Committee considers uncertain budget

Revenues declined 25% during the March-April period and are projected to be lower in the May-June period as the state closed the fiscal year. Revenues are $2.1 billion lower than what was forecasted, and, per an article from the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center (MassBudget), that is going to worsen going into fiscal year 2021.

https://somerville.wickedlocal.com/news/20200512/somerville-school-committee-considers-uncertain-budget

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Julia Taliesin

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