New York Mills won't likely renew contract with Chartwells -- 'I feel like they lied to our face.'
Food service expenses at the New York Mills School District came in at $46,000 more than planned, causing the school board to make some budget revisions.
The school board discussed its disappointment in the situation at a meeting on Monday.
"It's May - how did we get here?" board member Josie Hendrickx asked.
Superintendent Todd Cameron said it was due to a variety of factors, including depreciation, set up costs and under-bid commodities.
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