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School seeks $1.64M referendum to cover its operational costs
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Times photo: Anthony Wahl With arms raised, two Albany Middle School students wait to be called on during a science lesson on populations Monday. On Nov. 6, the Albany School District will be looking for district voters to approve a $1.64 million referendum to cover a deficit in the schools operating budget over the next three years.
ALBANY - The Albany School board will be asking district voters on Tuesday, Nov. 6 to allow the district to exceed its revenue limit by approving a referendum for $1.64 million to address the school's operating deficit over the next three years.