University of Florida Board of Trustees Meet: Cutting Budget Top On Agenda
With hard economic times for the state, the University of Florida is facing budget woes and now the job of making cuts falls in the lap of the university's Board of Trustees.
Next two days the board will be meeting they will hear recommendations before tomorrows big vote. Financial times are lean and the fat's been trimmed, but there is more money to be cut. UF must cut $50 million dollars from its budget.
University of Florida, spokesperson, Steve Orlando, "Cuts of $22 million have already been made, now comes the hard part."
Today the committees consider possible solutions and tomorrow the board will vote.
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