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Forty-five letters from Bodega Bay urged Shoreline to drop the idea of shutting down the town’s elementary school, part of a proposal to close a $1.2 million budget deficit exacerbated by a slew of recent hires and a settlement with one of the district’s highest-paid employees. With board discussions on the proposal ahead, Superintendent Tom Stubbs said everything is on the table.  David Briggs

The closure of Bodega Bay School, layoffs of one-eighth of the workforce and a temporary cancellation of summer school are the three pieces of a proposal Superintendent Tom Stubbs and other administrators presented at last week’s school board meeting for righting Shoreline’s troubled finances and fending off losing control to a state-appointed panel.

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