The school approved the spending plan totaling
However, the occupational assessment tax will see an increase, something that was not in the tentative budget. The current tax of 213.50 will increase by
The school board voted 6-2 in approval of the budget. Voting in favor was
In addition to the real estate tax and occupational assessment tax, the following taxes were approved without change from the 2013-14 budget year by the same 6-2 vote:
- Real estate transfer tax -- One percent (shared with school district and municipalities)
- Earned income tax -- One percent (shared with school district and municipalities)
- Local services tax --
The school board approved at the April meeting the following dates for real estate and occupational assessment tax payments:
- Discount period ends
- Tax installments no later than
After the meeting, Business Manager
Amos said there were a few areas where savings were realized in the final budget.
"There are some retirements, so we were able to cut wages. Health insurance was redone," Amos said. "Those are the main items."
In April, district Superintendent
During the meeting, the school board approved the submission of PlanCon F-Contruction Documents to the state
The school board also authorized the administration to advertise for bids for the renovation projects.
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