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Some employees are losing their jobs due to funding cuts in the Lancaster County School District’s new budget.
The school board adopted the $65.9 million budget for 2009-10 on Tuesday night. The vote was 5-0.
Board members Peter Barry and Bobby Parker were absent.
The budget calls for the elimination of nearly 38 positions, 25.5 of which are teaching posts.
An assistant principal, two instructional specialists and six counselors will also be cut, said district finance director Tony Walker.
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