The Palm Beach County School District had to slash millions of dollars in construction and maintenance projects in order to balance next year’s capital improvement budget, and the problem will only get worse, top officials warned the school board Wednesday.
“There is no money for construction,” said district Treasurer Leanne Evans, briefing board members on next year’s $440 million capital improvement budget — which is about $75 million lower than this year.
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