The district's existing technology levy will expire at the end of the 2013-2014 school year. There will be two questions on the ballot:
Question No. 1 asks voters if they wish to renew the existing levy at the same rate. If the renewal is approved it would be in place for the next 10 years. A renewal would not result in an increase in property taxes, but continues the property tax contribution, which is roughly $65 a year for the average home.
Question No. 2 asks voters if they would also approve an increase if Question No. 1 is approved. According to the district, if the increase is approved, property taxes would rise by approximately $44 per year on the average home.
Richfield Bloomington Credit Union is located at 345 E. 76th St. All are welcome to attend the informational meeting.
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