Kenosha Unified May Drop Tax Levy

Kenosha Unified School District homeowners will see about a 3 percent dip in the district’s portion of their property tax bills under the proposed 2016-17 tax levy. Electors can vote at the annual meeting set for tonight in the Indian Trail High School & Academy auditorium. The vote will follow a presentation of the Kenosha Unified budget by Tarik Hamdan, the district’s CFO, and after a public hearing on that budget. Electors can offer their opinions at the hearing but cannot move to make any changes. In any case, the budget won’t be final until Oct. 25, when the School Board adopts the levy after the state provides certified figures for currently unknown financial variables.



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