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April 3, 2014

The Jamestown Public Schools district received a gap elimination adjustment restoration of $475,000 for the 2014-15 school year. The amount was reported incorrectly in Wednesday's edition. The district would have received an additional $500,000 toward covering its budget gap had the gap elimination adjustment been eliminated entirely. Also, the reason for Bemus Point Central School's building aid decrease was incorrectly reported. According to Michael Mansfield, superintendent, the Bemus Point building aid decrease is due to the closing of financing for capital projects from 1998-99. Also, the amount of money Southwestern Central School would raise through a 1 percent tax levy increase is $123,800. A 2 percent levy increase is projected.



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