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The Cobb County Board of Education approves the same three-furlough-day plan it rejected Thursday as three members change their votes.
The Board of Education has until June 30 to find a compromise that at least four members can support for fiscal 2013.
The Cobb County school board voted 4-3 to proceed immediately with the full $14.5 million renovation project.
Only one person spoke during the only public hearing scheduled on the Cobb County School District's proposed $841.9 million spending plan for fiscal 2013.
The Kennesaw high school's full $14.5 million project will get another vote for school board approval May 9.
The 6-1 vote keeps the school district moving toward final budget approval May 17, but no Board of Education members seem happy with the plan to close a $62.5 million deficit.
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The board enacts every proposal on the agenda with only one "no" vote all night.
Superintendent Michael Hinojosa wants a committee to help enact a schedule at least nine months in advance.
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