Nine positions in the central offices of Dublin City Schools will be cut over the next two years, saving the district an estimated $1.9 million.

Nine positions in the central offices of Dublin City Schools will be cut over the next two years, saving the district an estimated $1.9 million.

Superintendent David Axner announced the cuts during a Jan. 25 board of education meeting; the district has been looking for $7.1 million in reductions after the failure of a 7.2-mill operating levy and $25-million bond issue in November.

Positions in the central office to be cut include the administrative assistant to the superintendent, coordinator of diversity and equity, communications specialist, coordinator of human resources, a human resources clerical position, a payroll clerk, two teachers on special assignment and student services secretary.

For more information about the cuts, look in the Feb. 2 edition of the Dublin Villager.