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USD 114 patrons to vote on capital outlay levy

(KNZA)--Voters in Riverside USD 114 will vote again on a capital outlay levy during a special election Tuesday, April 2.

The district is seeking the authority to levy up to 3.6 mills for a period of four years.

The Board of Education during a special meeting in January approved a resolution placing the proposal on the ballot.

USD 114 patrons 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 seven 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 district’s general fund budget.

The district will hold an informational meeting on the capital outlay proposal Thursday evening ( March 28) at 6:30 at the East Campus Gymnasium in Elwood.  Patrons are invited to attend.


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