WS Schools To Have Two Levies On The Ballot

The White Salmon Valley School District will be rolling out two levies for voters in February, but school officials say the net result will be a lower tax rate than what property owners are paying now.  One levy would renew the current three-year Replacement Educational Programs and Operations Levy, which pays for 17 percent of the district’s annual budget.  The other is a capital levy for safety improvements to district buildings.  Superintendent Sean McGeeney says thanks to growth in the district, the current rates have been going down.  

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