Although things reportedly look stable at the moment for Bemidji State University, The Bemidji Pioneer reports on how the university’s finance chief, Bill Maki, sees the future of the school’s budget:
Maki said BSU had been looking at solutions that relied half on new revenue and half on expenditure cuts. But new shifts in the Senate and the House at the state level caused Maki to look at other models. It appears, he said, it makes more sense to look more at expenditure reductions as the primary way the budget will be reduced. Looking at new revenues or tax revenues aren’t going to happen, he added.