RCSD Submits New Budget

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.

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