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Spending up; levy declines


September 17, 2020

Members of the Superior Board of Education met Monday evening after two public hearings: one to review the budget and the other to set the final tax request. Forty-five minutes was allowed for the budget hearing and 15 for the final tax request. Since there was no public comment or question, each lasted about five minutes.

During the regular session, tax asking of $5,584,692 was approved. That is down $170,906 from last year’s asking of $5,755,598. State aid rose from $353,634 last year to $841,329 this year, an increase of $487,695.

The district’s valuation is down 3.5 percent fr...

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