Lower poverty rate nets higher taxes
At its Nov. 12 meeting, the Superior School Board revised its 2013-14 budget to reflect a higher increase to the tax levy.
The Board had planned for a 1.90 percent increase, but a loss of funding forced the district to revise its figures for a 3.58 percent increase instead.
Jack Amadio, Superior school district business manager, said the change is due to the loss of aid for high poverty districts.
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