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Dougherty County School System Executive Director of Finance and Operations Ken Dyer said Tuesday that the school system had put aside $700,000 in reserve in case automatic budget cuts occur Friday. The cuts would take place if the government cannot reach a deal to avoid sequestration.

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DCSS's Dyer: District ready for sequestration

The Dougherty County School System has $700,000 set aside to cope with possible automated budget cuts on Friday.


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