by Scott Neuffer

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January 31, 2013
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Superintendent hopes for 'normal' budget, addresses reforms

Two weeks after Gov. Brian Sandoval unveiled his education budget for the 2013-15 biennium, Douglas County Superintendent of Schools Lisa Noonan expressed hope that the district's own budget would be "normal" for the first time in five years.

"We have been sort of hoping to have a year where we're not fighting backwards, where we don't have these terrible cuts," she said Wednesday. "I don't know what it (the governor's speech) means for us. With declining enrollment, I don't know dollar-wise if we will hold even or not."

On Jan. 16, Sandoval revealed a $6.5 billion general fund budget that …

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