If Governor Signs It, School District
Can Close Up To $500K Gap Next Year
SCHENEVUS – Legislation allowing Schenevus Central School to stabilize its shortterm finances by borrowing against future state aid has passed the Assembly Assemblyman Brian Miller, R-New Hartford, who represents the Otsego County community, announced today.
Miller said he worked with state Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, and Supt. of Schools Theresa Carlin on the package, which, in addition to advancing state aid, will help the 360-student school district develop a plan for longterm financial solvency.
“Considering the financial condition of our district, any help we are able to get at this point is a welcome,” said Mrs. Carlin.