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Mayor's budget sparks worry

Newton school officials say funds not enough to keep up

MAYOR DAVID B. COHEN MAYOR DAVID B. COHEN (THE BOSTON GLOBE/FILE)
By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / February 4, 2007

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NEWTON -- A week after gaining voters' approval for the most expensive high school ever built in Massachusetts, Mayor David B. Cohen has proposed an education budget that does not keep up with increases in fixed costs and could result in further cuts to programs and staff, school officials said. (Full article: 550 words)

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