The DeKalb County Schools board of education listened to comments from 20 residents Monday night.
The board is working to close a $73 million gap in the overall budget and residents and parents have been vocal about ways the district can save money without impacting the classroom.
Public comments started off the meeting Monday night and last about 40 minutes. Each speaker is allotted three minutes.
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