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Spending deficit predicted to increase

The Wooster City school district is predicting that the spending deficit will reach $4.3 million by 2011. Superintendent Michael Tefs said that deficit spending will be $3.5 million in 2010 and that number will most likely nearly double by 2011. New bills like House Bill 920, which restricts school funding revenue from property value will help to combat spending.

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