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Marion Center's School Board at their work session on Monday was advised to adopt a preliminary budget for next school year.

Marion Center School District Business Manager Richard Martini has recommended that the school district adopt a proposed budget for the 2014-2015 school year at their next meeting.  Martini says this will give the school district more leeway when it comes to planning the budget, as the district could apply for exceptions that would give them the option to raise taxes above the Act 1 limit for the district if necessary.

Also by putting together a preliminary budget, the board will be able to find out how much Governor Tom Corbett will allocate for education spending, and can make adjustments accordingly.  The final budget is not due until June 30th at the latest.

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