Hospitals, the front-line of the coronavirus fight, are now fighting for the money to stay afloat.
The district’s spending plan could result in the loss of three dozen teachers and 60 other staff.
The plan will use cuts, savings, and federal aid to fill a $2.2 billion budget hole.
Cuts will come from lower staffing, pay cuts, and eliminating programs.
The university faces a multi-million dollar budget deficit, which it plans to deal with in September.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing organizations to find ways to save money.
The city passed a $93 million budget, but plans to reassess quarterly.