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HILLSVILLE — The Carroll County schools budget is so tight for the next year that if electricity rates go up, or anything else unexpected happens, the district may not have enough money to cover it, according to Schools Superintendent Strader Blankenship.
Educators will ask for level funding from the Carroll supervisors, the superintendent said Tuesday at the first presentation of the proposed fiscal year 2014-2015 budget to the full school board.
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