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Schools end year with surplus; not next year

August 25, 2011

WOONSOCKET — The School Department finished its 2010-2011 budget with a $157,000 surplus but doesn’t appear to be on track for a similar outcome next year thanks to state plans for pension reform, according to school officials.
School Department Business Manager Stacey Busby was worried enough about the proposed pension changes, in fact, to give the School Committee the bad news along with her favorable report on the close out of the 2010-11 budget Wednesday night.

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