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District explains possible consequences if funding propositions fail

Oct. 25, 2012

By Kit Stolz, OVN correspondent

If voters fail to approve one of two ballot propositions to raise taxes and replace the loss of about six billion dollars in cutbacks to public education in California, the Ojai school year will be cut by up to 15 days, Ojai schools superintendent Hank Bangser told a small crowd of parents and supporters at Matilija Auditorium Tuesday night. “This one makes me angry,” he said. “I’m angry that at this time, in this

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