Cash-rich D-2 eyes flat levy
RICHMOND – Nippersink District 2 has been stockpiling money, some of its school board members said at their Wednesday meeting, and they want to give it back.
The school board unanimously gave initial approval to a flat levy, which, if given final approval, means the district will bring in the same amount in property taxes that it did last year.
Even with a flat levy, Nippersink is set to bring in more money than it spends, board member Sue Maurer said.
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