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Monrovia Schools Could Lose Up to $5.5 Million

Monrovia Schools Superintendent Linda Wagner reports that even if  Governor Jerry Brown's proposed tax extension passes, the district will be out around $230,000. If it does not pass, she writes, the district will be out $5.5 million in the next three years.
It is all phrased very politely, but the Board of Education is going to vote at its next meeting (March 9, 7:30 p.m.) on an "advocacy" statement (here: that basically tells the state to keep its paws off education.
Also, the board will vote on whether to adopt a resolution favoring the tax extension ( And because the district gets money from the Monrovia Redevelopment Agency, it will consider a resolution opposing the state's plan to abolish redevelopment agencies:

- Brad Haugaard

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