NY Mills School District preliminary budget shows signs of slight surplus
Last week, the New York Mills School Board approved a fiscal year 2013 preliminary budget with a surplus of around $33,000.
Though the budget is not yet final, a slight bump in revenue is expected due to increased enrollment. Sixty-six kindergartners are already enrolled for fall, replacing 41 recent senior graduates, Superintendent Todd Cameron stated in a follow-up interview. That puts the district 15 students ahead of original estimates.
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