Charlottesville school plan eliminates 20 positions
The Daily Progress Friday, March 01, 2013 at 12:53 p.m.
A united Charlottesvile School Board on Thursday approved a $70.3-million fiscal plan for the upcoming school year that slashes nearly 20 positions and includes roughly $500,000 of pay increases for division workers.
The board cut almost $1 million out of its draft budget, but still needed nearly three times that amount in one-time funding from the city to bridge a projected gap of $4 million caused in large part by decreased state and federal revenues.
The Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association's request to downzone parts of that community came before the Charlottesville Planning Commission last Tuesday - and got shot down. The Planning Commission voted 3-1 to recommend that City Council deny the rezoning. According ...Vote Now