Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 11:24 pm (Updated: February 24, 12:00 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Hoping that there is strength in numbers, school districts throughout Kentucky are being asked to tell legislators how difficult it is becoming to handle the cuts being made by the state.
Bullitt County superintendent Keith Davis and finance officer Denise Smith are not bashful about telling anyone who will listen about the affects continued shortfalls would cause.
Smith said that the state legislature looks at the fund balances being carried over each year. School districts are required to have at least a 2 percent contingency fund.
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