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School board lands on $1.5M
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MONROE - School board members informally agreed Monday to ask voters for a three-year $1.5 million referendum during the November election, a compromise they said should help its chances of passing and still temporarily allow the district to avoid further cuts through deficit spending. "In the first year, it ($1.5 million) actually might - it might cover us pretty well. It might allow us to build some fund balance back," said Bob Erb, president.

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