$1 million shortfall in Radnor Township School District

    Facing a $990,000 shortfall the Radnor Township School District has proposed a 3.56 percent budget increase.


    The $78.6 million proposals assumes salary and benefits are based on current contracts and a 15 percent health benefit increase. A Delaware County Times report says revenue is down due to a loss of federal stimulus monies and decreased assessed values.

    The board will adopt a preliminary budget by Feb. 8.

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