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Less SEEK, no raises for HCS in tentative budget

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By Kelly Cantrall

Hardin County Schools faces less money in its general fund as administrators complete the second phase of the budgeting process.

The HCS board approved the district’s tentative budget for the next fiscal year Tuesday at a special meeting. The second of three steps in the budget cycle, the tentative plan shows a nearly $5 million drop in the general fund from a previous budget draft.

HCS plans on approximately $95.6 million in the general fund, compared to $100.7 million included in the draft budget approved in January.


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