For first time in years, Perham schools won't have to borrow against aid
For the first time in over a decade, the Perham-Dent School District will not have to borrow against anticipated government aid.
At a school board meeting July 18, business manager Kristi Werner said she has been working on a cash analysis with financial advisor company MN Trust/PMA Financial, which has helped the district determine whether or not it would need to borrow like in years past.
The analysis showed the cash flow account would not need borrowed funds.
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