Lagunitas School District trustees voted last week to put a parcel tax on the November ballot—critical funding for the district that still won’t balance an ongoing budget deficit that officials say is rooted in an unusually high number of special-needs students. Without the tax, the district says it would have to cut about a fifth of . . .

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