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Rocklin Unified finds $4M to cut deficit
Wednesday Oct 27 2010
Faced with layoffs, cuts and furloughs this year, Rocklin Unified recently welcomed good news for the 2011-12 school year. The district has identified approximately $4 million th ...
Rocklin Unified to cut more than 50 teachers
Wednesday May 12 2010
A total of 76 final reductions of force notices will go out to teachers on or before May 15. The notices represent more than 50 full-time teachers within the district. Almost hal ...
$1.6 M OK’d for field upgrades while cuts sought elsewhere
Wednesday Mar 24 2010
Rocklin Unified recently approved $1.6 million for football field upgrades at Rocklin High, despite the district’s $8 million deficit. Larry Stark, assistant superintendent of ...
Wage freeze gets Placer County supes support, cool reception from union
Tuesday Feb 23 2010
Placer County supervisors gave their blessing today to a halt in merit pay raises for all county employees starting in July. With the latest estimate from the CEO Tom Miller’s o ...
More cuts, layoffs coming?
Wednesday Feb 03 2010
Facing an $8 million deficit for next year, Rocklin Unified is weighing the options. Similar to the process Rocklin Unified School District went though last year to make up for t ...
More cuts for Rocklin Unified?
Wednesday Dec 09 2009
With declining revenue and an $8 million deficit within the next two years, the school district is preparing for all options. To prepare for the current school year, Rocklin Unifie ...
Placer cutting $millions but more savings sought
Saturday Feb 28 2009
With Placer County supervisors’ approval of several cost-cutting measures to help stave off a projected $18.6 million deficit, the panel’s chairman said challenges still lie ah ...
Infrastructure project loans halted by state
Wednesday Dec 17 2008
A state panel that oversees loans for public works voted Wednesday to stop financing nearly all infrastructure projects in California, halting nearly $4 billion in loans for everyt ...
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