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USD 377 board adopts budget

(KNZA)--The Board of Education for the Atchison County Schools of USD 377 has adopted the 2020 budget as published.

That came following a hearing Tuesday evening drawing no public comment.

The budget calls for net expenditures of nearly $8.4 million and a slight mill levy decrease.

The budget contains an estimated tax rate of 44.866 mills, which is to raise more than $3.2 million in revenue.

In other business, the Board accepted a proposal from Urban Lawncare, of Atchison, for repairs to the high school football field irrigation system with a one horse power motor at a total cost of  $3,363.

The Board also accepted a proposal from Urban Lawncare for the aeration, re-seeding and fertilizing of the football field for a total cost of $1,977.  The work will be done at the conclusion of the football season.



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