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City to contribute $5.9 million to local schools

SITKA, ALASKA The Sitka assembly approved contributing $5.9 million dollars in city funds toward the school district next year.
At this stage in the lengthy school budget process, the vote is usually considered procedural by the assembly. But a couple of assembly members thought that in light of the ongoing national recession, the schools should look for ways to economize.
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