Interesting story and good news for the tax payers of the Suring School district.
School taxes fall in Suring
District will rely on savings to cover deficit budget
By Times Herald Staff
Electors of the Suring School District approved a budget of $7.11 million for the 2012-2013 school year at the annual meeting Aug. 20.
The tax levy was set at $4,071,585 for defraying the cost of operation and maintenance and $303,935 for referendum debt service. The tax rate will be $6.99 per $1,000 of assessed value, down from $7.26 last year. The owner of a $100,000 home will pay $699 in school taxes compared to $726 last year.
In October, the state Department of Revenue will certify the 2012 School District equalized valuation, and the final rate will be determined at that time.
Read more at The Oconto County Times Herald.
When you read the full story, Act 10 is not mentioned. The district administrator does say the savings is because of state restrictions. Huh!
Sounds like another “thank you Scott Walker and Wisconsin state officials” for doing the right thing in 2011 by passing ACT 10.
Now, need we also say that if democrats were in charge, taxes would of went up! Yes, we will say that!
And who should you vote for this November?
Coincidence, notice if you add up the letters in above image of the word TAX, they add up to 10! Get it, ACT 10, 1 + 1+ 8 = 10, ACT 10! Wow!