The Nebo School Board will discuss the property-tax leeway vote and its implications for the district at the board's monthly meeting tonight.
District voters will decide in November whether to approve a 2-mill increase to pay for class-size reduction. If approved, the district would receive about $424,000 more in local tax revenue and about $423,000 in state-matched revenue. The leeway would mean about a $25-a-year tax increase for a homeowner.Board members also will hear a progress report on the Channel One news broadcast into schools. Superintendent Denis Poulsen also will give a report on school audits. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the district offices, 350 S. Main.