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Mary M. Knight levy on Tuesday ballot

District not property rich

 

February 3, 2022

Gordon Weeks

Mary M. Knight teacher Garrett Johannes looks at the work of sophomore Jacqueline Edgin Monday at the school.

Voters in the Mary M. Knight School District have until Tuesday to cast their ballots for the district's proposed replacement levy.

The district is asking for the passage of a two-year school education levy - formerly known as a maintenance and operations levy - that would collect $586,187 for the 2023 tax year and $639,632 for the 2024 tax year. The levy would replace a two-year levy passed by voters in February 2020 by 53.33%.

If the levy passes on the Feb. 8 ballot, district homeowners will be assessed a maximum of $2.33 per $1,000 of assessed valuation in 2022-2023 and 2023-2024, which...



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