By: Kate Pabich
It's a projected 3.8 million dollar deficit for the Moline School District and Tuesday they took public input on how to deal with it.
At the Moline Public Library the district presented its five year plan, and then gave the public a chance to voice their opinions and recommendations to the board.
Superintendent, Dr. Dave Moyer, says it's important to it out.
"We want to make sure we understand what they consider to be priorities and we want to look for ideas that may help us close the gap."
In April the board will look into more ways to reduce the budget.