To the patrons of East Union
From Mike Rollings
I am writing this letter in regards to the Feb. E.U. school board meeting, and Wayne Hill's article in the Feb. 28th Afton Star.
Currently the East Union Schools get $14.94099 per $1,000 of property assessment (according to the Union County assessor's office). If the school board raises property taxes by $1.02242 per thousand, that will be an increase of 0.0685 percent. In my opinion, that seems to be a very hefty increase. I will not argue that the Ms/Sr High may need some improvements, but do we need this big of an increase. Most places are trying to lower property taxes. I feel the superintendent should start knowing the difference between needs and wants.
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