By John Loesing
Acorn Staff Writer
Faced with severe cutbacks in state spending, Las Virgenes Unified School District officials said they could cut $600,000 off this year’s budget, but warned that next year’s shortfall—that could run into the millions of dollars—will be far more difficult to meet.
LVUSD will immediately freeze all "non-essential" purchases and employee hiring, and put a cap on worker overtime, o...
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