The Lagunitas School is facing a mounting deficit after a recent law forced it into a financial predicament. Until last year, the school’s spending was in good shape, buoyed by the San Geronimo Valley’s booming real estate market and a smaller enrollment. But then changes to state education finance law saddled the district with the cost of valley . . .

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