New York state's new tax cap is creating headaches for the Massapequa School District.
Officials say that the two percent cap combined with state mandates are leaving a budget shortfall for the district, currently estimated at $4.7 million.
That's going to lead to cuts. Although Superintendent Charles Sulc, has said he won't cut programs for next year, he can't promise that beyond the 2012-13 budget cycle.
Officials have also hinted that teacher layoffs may be on the table at the next budget discussion in March.
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