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Widefield Schools get lower mill levy in '20

 

December 11, 2019

News Photo By Samantha Briggs, WSD3

Newly elected Carlos Gonzalez, left, and re-elected Neil Nelson are sworn in as board members during the Widefield School District 3 Board of Education meeting on Dec. 5.

The Widefield School District 3 Board of Education swore in board members for the new term Thursday, and also authorized the mill levy for the 2020 calendar year.

The mill levy, or millage rate, is the amount of money homeowners in the district pay toward schools in their property taxes.

"We are excited to announce a decrease in tax assessment rates, or mill levy, for homeowners starting in the new year," WSD3 Director of Communication Samantha Briggs said. "In 2017, the district campaigned for the bond and mill levy override and projected that the tax increase would be $9.25 per $100,000...



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