The Rochester City School District has rewritten its proposed budget for the next school year.
Last month, the state monitor for the district rejected the first draft -- in part because it was balanced with $30 million from savings.
Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small says the new budget cuts spending on travel, freezes hiring for vacant jobs, and uses federal emergency funds to govern general expenses. She says it is balanced with only $10 million from savings.
A public hearing is set for next Thursday.