Duluth, MN. --- On Wednesday, Duluth School board members voted 5 to 2 in favor of increasing the amount of taxes the district can take from taxpayers.
The increase will be 5.9 percent from last year's maximum levy of just over $24 million.
School board members say that means folks in Duluth will likely be paying more this year for school budgets in 2012.
"The recommendation I would offer you tonight is to consider the maximum – even though I don't like the word again – but it does allow us to continue to have this discussion between now and December before this item is finalized," said District Business Manager Bill Hanson.
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Posted by Matt Standal