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USD 114 patrons to vote again on capital outlay levy
01/14/2019

(KNZA)--Patrons in Riverside USD 114 will vote again on a capital outlay levy.

The Board of Education during their December meeting approved a resolution to hold a special election April 2 to vote on a 4-year, 3.6 mill capital outlay levy.  

The resolution was approved on a 6-1 vote, with Board member Jennifer Davis casting the lone no vote.    

Patrons in USD 114 last August defeated by a narrow margin a levy of up to 4.775 mills for five years.

Currently, the Riverside school district is among only 12 districts in the state without a capital outlay levy.

The current source of revenue for the capital outlay fund is an annual transfer from the general fund budget.  During the 2017-18 school year, $300,000 was transferred from the general fund.

 

 

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