The Ridgefield Board of Education has made requested changes to their budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. The Board of Finance asked the school district to scale back the plan by about $1 million. Acting Superintendent Robert Miller says about half of the reduction was met through negotiations with their healthcare provider. The other $532,000 in cuts came from two psychologist positions, technology, and eliminating new expenses. Residents will be asked to approve a 95 million dollar budget, a 2.55 percent increase.