Quincy School Board puts tax increase on March ballot
Education

Quincy School Board puts tax increase on March ballot

The Quincy School Board will ask voters in March to increase the tax rate in the education fund. Board members Wednesday night adopted a resolution placing a proposed 53-cent tax increase on the March 17, 2020, ballot to generate an estimated $5.3 million in additional annual revenue in the school district's largest operating fund.

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