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State finances could put school districts in precarious situations

Illinois’ fiscal house is not in order and there’s no clear path to making it right, said Bloom Township School Treasurer Bob Grossi. Depending on the direction legislators take, schools could be negatively impacted.

Grossi, who spoke to the District 233 school board at its Nov. 17 meeting, said in his 30-plus years in school finance, discussion of cuts are most prevalent this year. 

Grossi's primary role is to invest funds for the 13 school districts in Bloom Township, and five school district or Regional Offices of Education outside of Bloom . . .

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