Trustees of Johnson County Unified School District 233 were told last week that they face a shortfall of $8 million in fiscal 2010.

The gap is being caused by several factors, including a redirection of some county sales tax revenues from schools to public safety that was approved by voters in August. The school district had received about $5.4 million a year from the sales tax.

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