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The Ridgefield Board of Education says the projected deficit for the school year has gone down slightly, but red ink still exists.  The shortfall of $1.3 million is now estimated to be about $98,000, achieved through personnel and medical benefit account savings.  School officials are watching proceedings at the state capitol though, wary that more cuts in aid may be coming.  A local spending freeze on controllable accounts remains in place.  Unanticipated spending for new elementary teachers, special education and weather-related emergencies make up the bulk of the deficit.

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