Hillsboro School Board OKs mill levy, return-to-learn plan

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Posted: Friday, August 14, 2020 6:33 am

The Hillsboro School Board on Friday, Aug. 7 approved its final budget for the 2020-21 school year calling for no changes in the district’s property tax mill levies.

The district’s general fund mill levy will remain at 68 mills for a second straight year and pull in $1.43 million in property taxes.

Superintendent Paula Suda said land and property values were expected to increase by slightly more than $525,000, allowing the district to collect nearly $36,000 in additional revenue.

Besides its 68 general fund mills, the district will take in 18 mills through its special reserve fund, sinking and interest and building fund levies.

Each mill is expected to generate $20,971 for the school district – an increase of $527 per mill – based on estimates given to school officials by the Traill County Auditor’s Office.

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