Oct 18, 2016 11:57 AM
FRANKLIN — The Franklin school board is looking at ways to move forward as their 2016-17 school district budget is currently frozen.
School board member Deb Brown told the Concord Monitor that a discussion on this freeze should happen at the joint finance committee's meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Even with the frozen budget, SAU 18 Superintendent Daniel Legallo said that emergencies and necessities would be addressed.
The joint finance committee was formed after school and city officials met over the summer to address a $1 million shortfall in the Franklin school district budget.
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