Otselic Valley looks at going to single campus

SOUTH OTSELIC – Governor David Paterson’s proposed executive budget, which estimates $4,117,860 in state aid cuts for Chenango County schools, will make for a “tough and painful” situation, said Otselic Valley Business Manager George Lott. OV would face $328,389 in cuts, down 5.89 percent from projected state aid for 2010-1011, according to a preliminary estimate.

Superintendent Larry Thomas, who will step down at the end of this month following his acceptance of the district supervisor position at the Sullivan County BOCES, said the school board is seeking to form a committee to investigate the logistics, and the financial ramifications, of shutting down the OV Elementary School and bringing all of the students to one campus.

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