JC school board to consider bond election
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
After years of discussing the need for a new high school and another elementary school, the Jefferson City Board of Education is poised to place a 55-cent tax increase on April 2 ballot at its Thursday meeting.
The 6 p.m. meeting is scheduled at the Dix Road Education Center, 204 Dix Road.
According to the posted agenda, the board will consider calling an election to issue general obligation bonds — which would increase local taxes an additional 30 cents — and increase the operating tax levy by 25 cents.
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