Times-Herald staff report Posted:
The Benicia School Board members discussed but did not make a decision on the proposed budget for the upcoming school year during Thursday night’s meeting.
Tim Rahill, chief business officer for the Benicia Unified School District, said the district will be operating on a more than $557,000 deficit in the 2014-2015 school year, which will be paid for by a portion of a one-time reserve that the district has accumulated.
If nothing changes for the next few years, that reserve will be eliminated in the 2016-2017 school year, Rahill said.
“There might be possible (financial) adjustments in (2016-2017), but we all know things changes all the time,” he said in his presentation. “We’ll keep an eye on it. … and (the board) will be