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A Citizen's Perspective on School District 15's Budget Deficit Dilemma
Citizens for Accountability in D15, a citizen/parent group, will host an information session to address the school district's budget deficit dilemma.
Topics will include:
- Why do we have a project $9 million deficit for 2012-13?
- What does this mean to me?
- What do we do now?
Attendees will learn about important upcoming dates and deadlines regarding the Board's budget approval process. Bring your questions, come, listen and be informed. Whether you've been following this issue closely or are new to the topic, this meeting is for you as a resident and stakeholder of the district. Parents, employees, and taxpayers are all welcome.
More About Palatine Public Library
The Main Library of the Palatine Public Library District is located at 700 N. North Court in Palatine. The district serves more than 90,000 residents, primarily in Palatine and Hoffman Estates. The library has more than 300,000 books, digital audio and e-books, and more than 42,000 movies and music items. The library recently began adding Blu-rays to its collection. The library also carries more than 15,000 magazines. There are five small study rooms and three first floor meeting rooms.
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