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Last updated on Thursday, October 15, 2009
(ANDERSON, IN) - The Anderson School Board is considering a plan to close four buildings to alleviate budget problems.
The school board recently learned a huge decline in tax revenue is expected to translate into a $10 million dollar budget shortfall over the next three years.
Superintendent Lennon Brown said that's why the district is now being forced to close four elementary schools.
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