If assessed valuation would remain about the same in the St. Clair R-XIII School District, a 25-cent tax levy increase on residences would bring about $367,308 into the district’s coffers. A 30-cent hike would add $440,769.
And, if the school district would opt to seek a 68-cent upswing, which would bring the figure to the state’s targeted performance amount, almost $1 million would be available for the administration to use for budgeting purposes.
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