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Updated: 04/07/2013 08:00:02AM

Pride and prejudice may cost school taxpayers money

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The Polk County School District and the Lake Wales Charter School system need to sit in a room and work out their differences before the county school district spends millions of dollars of money in Lake Wales that the taxpayers don’t have just to make a point.

Just last week, interim Polk County School Superintendent John Stewart held a meeting with school board members to talk about possible severe cutbacks in personnel and school hours to help make up for an $18 million shortfall in the school board budget and told the school board members that there were not easy solutions and that something had to be done to make up for the shortfall.

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