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Falls City School budget increases 10 percent

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Board of Education conducted property tax request hearings for the next fiscal year when they met Monday evening.  No one from the public attended to comment on the budget proposals.

Following the hearings, during the regular board meeting,  the 2021-22 budget was approved. The operating budget increased 10- percent over last year and will require $9,515,961 in  property taxes, which is a two percent decrease. 

The property valuation within District 56 increased by four percent for the 2021 tax year to more than $930-million. 

The budget increase includes $2-million in ESSER II & III Federal funding  for the 2021-22 fiscal year.  The additional Federal funds will be used for approved programs and curricular and instructional materials and will  also be used for replacement and upgrade projects designed to improve the indoor air quality in the high school and middle school facilities including mechanical heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.   

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