School officials ponder governorâ€™s proposal to cut spending by 4 percent
By Becky Barnes
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 8:00 pm
A mandatory 4 percent cut in funding for the Harrison County School District, as could be directed from Gov. Steve Beshear as early as Friday, would not cripple finances for the balance of this fiscal year, but it could prove alarming for next year, according to Julie Asher, district financial officer.
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