Niagara Gazette — Sabo said the district initially identified 27 potential candidates for the position before narrowing down its choice to the person they're expected to hire.
While the board is expected to name a new superintendent tonight, it likely won't take action on any budget proposal until next week, Sabo said.
Administrators appear to be a week away from presenting a completed plan, though Sabo said a presentation with potential cuts will be presented as the district tries to close a $1.4 million budget gap. The gap takes into account an assumed 5.91 percent tax levy increase, the maximum New York State's tax levy threshold will allow next year without being overridden.Contact reporter Timothy Chipp at 282-2311, ext. 2251 or follow on Twitter @timchipp.