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The Rush City School Board, in wanting to be sensitive to citizen taxpayers while adequately meeting district staffing, building, curriculum and technology needs, chose one of three options to increase the levy for 2015-16. After reviewing levy increases of $150, $300 or $424 per student, the board ...Read More
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RC school board approves $300 per student levy thanks to Legislature allowing such authority without voter approval The Rush City School Board on July 18 approved a resolution authorizing a board-approved levy of $300 per student for five years beginning with taxes payable in 2014. Board members rev...Read More
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The North Branch City Council approved a preliminary budget Monday night that addresses some of the city’s debt, and as a result that initial number is higher than the final budget and levy amount approved last year. The council voted 3-2 to approve a preliminary levy of $3,886,221, which is 2.86 ...Read More
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To the Editor: When the North Branch Schools levy didn’t pass, the school board had to think of another way to get the $400,000-plus the levy would have brought in. State Representative Bob Barrett and State Senator Sean Nienow gave the school district the flexibility to use approximately $500,000...Read More
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