Programming Investments

A potential ballot measure under consideration would authorize an 8.129 mill property tax increase, also known as a Mill Levy Override (MLO). Revenue from an MLO can be used for programs and staff, but not for construction or repair of buildings. This would raise $34.5 million annually and would cost a homeowner about $20 more each month on a home valued at $500,000. This revenue would be invested in:

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