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Districts with delayed state aid

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Several area school districts will see their state aid payments delayed in March and April to help maintain cash flow for the state of Minnesota.

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The districts and the delayed payments are listed below. The amounts could be adjusted if the state's financial situation changes.

Redwood Area: 100 percent of March 15, March 30 and April 15 payments delayed, $1,047,937 total.

Willmar: 68 percent of March 15 payment delayed, $938,738 total.

Lac qui Parle Valley: 100 percent of March 15, March 30 and April 15 payments delayed, $913,147 total.

Benson: 100 percent of March 15, March 30 and April 15 payments delayed, $880,550 total.

BOLD: 100 percent of March 15, March 30 and April 15 payments delayed, $694,407 total.

Paynesville: 100 percent of March 15 and March 30 payments and 5 percent of April 15 payment delayed, $672,014 total.

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa: 100 percent of March 15 and March 30 payments and 51 percent of April 15 payment delayed, $555,761 total.

Renville County West: 100 percent of March 15 and March 30 payments and 29 percent of April 15 payment delayed, $521,112 total.

Hancock: 100 percent of March 15, March 30 and April 15 payments delayed, $236,732 total.

The Montevideo, New London-Spicer, Dawson-Boyd, Litchfield, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg, Prinsburg, Minnewaska, Buffalo Lake-Hector, MACCRAY, Yellow Medicine East and Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City districts will not have their state aid payments delayed.

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Linda Vanderwerf

I cover education issues for the West Central Tribune and have worked for the paper since 1995. I have worked in journalism since 1981.

Follow me on Twitter: @lindavanderwerf

(320) 214-4340
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