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D161 facing $1.66 million deficit in tentative FY2022 budget

An early look at Flossmoor School District 161’s tentative 2021-2022 budget indicates a $1.66 million deficit is possible.

Total revenues in the tentative budget presented to the board on Tuesday, May 25, are projected to be $35.23 million, compared to $36.89 million in expenditures. Associate Superintendent Frances LaBella noted all numbers at this point are “extremely rough,” as they were based on estimates rather than line-by-line details.

“It’s a tentative budget,” LaBella said. “I’m going to close that as much as possible.”

LaBella noted . . .

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