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School board agrees to keep tax rate under limit

December 12, 2011

The Kane School Board again has agreed to stay beneath a state-set limit should it need to raise property taxes for the 2012-13 budget.
Acting at its meeting Thursday, the school board voted 9-0 to go on record in favor of holding a tax hike below 2.6 percent.
This is the state-formulated “index” for Kane.
By agreeing to stay beneath the “index,” the school board enables the administration to move ahead with budget preparation plans under its normal timetable.

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