by Scott Neuffer

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April 11, 2013
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Douglas school district faces $1 million gap

Facing a budget gap of more than $1 million in the general fund next year, Douglas County School District leaders are placing their faith in state lawmakers, and in their own ability to find savings, rather than in the mass layoffs that have come to characterize an entire era of recession. “I don’t want to cut $1 million in jobs,” Superintendent Lisa Noonan said by phone Tuesday. “I feel like the climate in the Legislature is hopeful. If it turns out I read things incorrectly, then this summer we will have to find (the savings) in a variety of places.” …

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