The Kaneland School Board is in familiar waters, facing a decline in state revenues and having to prepare for spending cuts to eliminate a projected $930000 budget deficit.
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Publicola: Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
Posted on July 30, 2013 – 7:35 am by CHS Staff
In a blow to efforts to better provide resources for the city’s homeless population, the City Council Monday rejected its committee’s legislation to expand areas of the city where homeless encampments are allowed. 119 more words
While 140,000 fewer low-income families will receive vouchers by early 2014—increasing the risk of homelessness for many families already deemed at-risk—there will simultaneously be cuts in federal funding that enables communities to assist homeless people.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers largely resigned themselves to allowing sequestration — a policy meant to force them to the negotiating table, not to actually reduce the deficit…