Increase is inline with last two years, and a full cent below maximum
By Todd Martin
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: August 22, 3:01 am)
The property tax rate will be the primary subject during Thursday’s Shelby County Board of Education meeting.
During its meeting earlier this month, Superintendent James Neihof presented the board with several key concepts that he said he would like to fund or keep funding, all of which would require new revenue streams for the district.
Now, when the board convenes tomorrow night at 7 at Collins High School, members will decide which programs, if any, for which they would like to find funding and if that funding will come from a tax increase.
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