Woodland Hills schools to eliminate 13 positions

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The Woodland Hills School District’s board of education Monday night approved a budget of $85.3 million that will eliminate 13 positions from the school district.

The budget was supported by all six members who were present. Absent from the meeting were board members Regis Driscoll, Selena Johnson and Marilyn Messina.

None of the eliminated positions will be furloughed – rather, they will be removed from job postings and resignations. At the June 25 meeting, the budget contained nine furloughs.

An amendment was also made to transfer $150,000 from contracted services to a budgetary reserve for contracted services. This change comes after board President Robert Tomasic had asked for this amount to be removed from the budget at the June 25 meeting.

The millage rate remains at 22.4 mills.

First Published July 1, 2014 12:00 AM

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