The Daniel Boone School Board didn’t waste time in deciding Monday to shutter Amity Primary Center, but spent more than an hour discussing other budget-related moves with little progress.
Several residents expressed frustration about the slow-moving budget discussion, noting that the same cuts have been on the table since December.
“It just seems like we don’t make decisions,” resident Rich Martino said. “We push it off meeting after meeting and now we’re up against a deadline and I don’t know if we’re going to make the right decision.”
The board will vote on a tentative $52.45 million budget next week.