Santa Barbara Unified School District officials say cuts to programs and teacher layoffs are on the horizon.Superintendent David Cash says the district doesn’t have any other options after voters rejected Measures W and X.The measures called for a parcel tax of $54 each, per year. The money was supposed to go toward education programs that are set to run out of funds in June of next year.Cash says he plans to talk with school board members about putting similar measures on the November ballot.
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