Superintendent Peter Gorman's budget proposal, which the school board will vote on May 12, calls for the county to provide $351 million again this year, sparing CMS from the cuts that would then fall harder on other county services and agencies.
Cuts from county commissioners would trigger further layers of job cuts.
A 210-page budget work book made public today provides more details about how that plan would play out in each department and how proposed spending compares with previous years.
Click here to see the newly released plan.
On its web site, CMS officials are asking the public for their thoughts on proposed cuts and cost-cutting measures:
Click here to let CMS know what you think.
- Ann Doss Helms