Norwalk officials vote to reallocate funds to Norwalk schools

Norwalk's Board of Estimate and Taxation has voted to reallocate funds to the city's public school budget, days after school Superintendent Susan Marks proposed a budget plan cutting numerous programs.

Norwalk Mayor Dick Moccia says the reallocated funds could save music, band and sports, and keep kindergarten to a full day.

A Board of Education meeting will be held Tuesday and a public hearing will be held on June 11.

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