WEST HARTFORD — The Department of Education on Tuesday approved a $181 million budget after making small changes to Superintendent Tom Moore’s proposal.
Moore originally proposed a budget of $181,328,975. The Board has removed $141,957 from this proposal, with the final approved budget representing a 2.77 percent increase over the year to date.
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