HR Schools To Seek Renewal Of Local Option

The Hood River County School District will seek a five-year renewal of its local option levy during the May election.  School board members voted to place the issue on the ballot during their Tuesday night meeting.  The levy would remain up to a dollar-25 per thousand dollars of assessed value, where it has been since 2008.  The original option levy passed in 2005 was for a dollar-50 per thousand.  Board chair Mark Johnson says the local option has become a critical piece in maintaining district programs.  If approved, the local option levy qualifies the district to receive a 28 percent match from the state.

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