Moline schools will open their doors on time

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MOLINE, Illinois - Moline school district announced it's budget and the schools will be opening their doors on time.

The districts new fiscal year starts July 1st and with 69% of their budget being locally funded the district is in good standing.

Only 23% of their funding comes from the state and only 8% from the federal government.

The district's chief financial adviser said so far they won't have to make any cuts.

"With Moline school district we think it`s very important to open the doors as we predicted as we stated and move forward with that so the community doesn't have any uncertainty," said Dave McDermott, Chief Financial Adviser.

If the state doesn't end up getting a budget the district will then adjust it's budget.

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