Livshin said he feels the governor needs to take a hard look at the gap elimination aid as well as how foundation aid is distributed.
MCS is also looking into replacing its two boilers. One has died and the other is dying, according to Livshin. It is likely the school will have to go through a small building project to replace the 25-year-old boilers. School officials said the fumes from the boiler that is “on its last legs” are getting bad.