D-26 sticks to bond plan
CARY – The average homeowner in District 26 is expected to see a $19 increase in property taxes for the district’s bond and interest payments.
The D-26 school board approved this year’s bond payment plan Monday and is keeping to the promise of a $20 increase in property tax bills it made leading up to the 2010 referendum.
Last year, a person whose house was worth $300,000 in the 2009 levy year paid an additional $21 to the school district for bond payments. This year, the district expects the owner of that same house to pay an additional $19 to the district.
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