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Thanks to The Sun for going after city schools' red ink [Letter]

The Sun's editorial page is not the part of the newspaper that normally gives me comfort; however, the paper's opinion on the deficit facing the city schools was a good job ("Seeing red over city schools budget," April 14).

It was well thought out and got right to the heart of the matter vis-à-vis the current budget shortfall facing the city's schools.

Andrew Colyer, Bel Air

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