Committee opts against study for consolidation
Saratoga drops out, making $15,000 cost out of reach
The Shared Services Committee decided Wednesday they will not proceed with a study they said could help the districts save money because it would cost too much to commission.
The Feasability of Consolidation Study, done by an independent body, would have cost $15,000. If all Morris school districts participated, the Illinois State Board of Education would have posted a $7,500 incentive to defray half the cost.
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